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From the Clifftop

With autumn migration having come to a halt, and the moth trap largely in hibernation [though one mild night recently produced six common species including  Brick and Pine Carpet ], the best thing to do at the moment is stare out to sea.

Nothing startling, but a bit of variety yesterday : the ever present Gannets, a few auks, a couple of Red-throated Divers, a few Brents and Shelducks and a Mediterranean Gull. The previous few days added Great Skua and up to 15 Kittiwakes.

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