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16 May 2010, 06:00 | Updated: 18 May 2010, 10:05
A bird of prey's turned up at Northam Burrows - but no-one knows what species it is.
Its unusual colours and features mean it could be a cross breed, but no-one's been able to come up with an answer yet, including the Burrows ranger, the Devon Bird Watching and Preservation Society and local wildlife artists.
It's also thought the bird could belong to someone, as it looks like has been ringed and has been happy to pose for pictures!
Tell us what you think - Have you spotted the bird on the Burrows? Or do you think you know what it is? Add a comment below.
Vanessa said: "I think it could well be a juvenile female Buzzard" (16/05/2010)
Alan said: "what ever it is its fantastic" (17/05/2010)