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8:50AM

Terns from the Clifftop

There was a nice westerly movement of terns past Fairlight Cliffs this morning, starting at around 0700 and stopping at 8 when the weather closed in :   93 Sandwich Terns,  9 Common Terns, and a juvenile Arctic Tern-this a first for the house and a good bird these days. These terns attracted 2 Arctic Skuas,  there were also 35 Gannets west, and 24 Common Scoters east.

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