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This is possibly a primary covert of a female Pheasant - the little kink in the quill, just as it joins the feathering, along with its stout nature of the quill suggests it might be a primary covert, and the colouration and size point to a large bird such as a Pheasant
hi, thanks for the suggestion but do you have any proof like photo of the feather on the bird or on a pheasant wing. thanks Scott.
Lat/Lng: 53.099, 0.322
OS grid ref: TF555582
Gibraltar point nature reserve