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From the Clifftop

Bird migration seems to have picked up, with a good range of species yesterday including an early Firecrest, 2 Spotted Flycatchers and 7 Tree Pipits at the top of Warren Glen [this year the autumn migration records across Hastings are being collated by Andrew Grace and reported on his blog https://asgrace4.wordpress.com/ ]

One Dartford Warbler was on the Firehills, the other was right by our house-a good house tick !

Moth numbers are very high: 38 Setaceous Hebrew Characters and 41 Large Yellow Underwings yesterday, on Thursday the  scarce micro Nephopterix angustella was a good find.

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