Rare cream-coloured courser in England

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This video says about itself:

First-winter Cream-coloured Courser (Cursorious cursor), Golf Course, St Mary’s, Isles of Scilly, October 2004. Footage by Ashley Fisher.

From Wildlife Extra:

Very unusual bird spotted on Welsh border

Cream-coloured Courser on Kington golf course

May 2012. A very unusual bird has been spotted on a golf course on the Welsh border. First reports of the bird raised a few eyebrows, but the bird did prove to be a Cream-coloured Courser. The bird has been seen on Kington Golf Course over the last few days (The highest golf course in England).

Although not a rare bird across its range, this is only the fourth sighting in Britain in 70 years. Cream-coloured Coursers are usually found in India, Arabia and around the Sahara, where they live in open country, preferring semi arid stony deserts – Should feel very at home in The Welsh Marches

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