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From the Clifftop

Some milder weather at present, so out with the moth trap again. Seven species yesterday, not bad for mid-November, included another Merveille du Jour.

At sea, a Fulmar two days ago signalled their return from their usual autumn break, otherwise the usual Gannets -20-30 can be seen each morning, a few Red Throated Divers, unidentifiable auks , a few Brents going west  and yesterday my first Porpoise for a couple of months.

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