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From the Clifftop

Bird migration remains rather thin, though 6 Wheatears and a Whinchat dropped into Warren Glen a few days ago. Most days there have been one or two Tree Pipits, up to 15 Yellow Wagtails, and today 2 Grey Wagtails, usually going west. Two Dartford Warblers remain on the Firehills, where sightings of a Raven and juv Peregrine ended a long absence.

Muggy nights have lead to bumper moth catches, including two more Annulets, 2 Jersey Tigers, and this aptly named Bordered Beauty.

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