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From the Clifftop

Yesterday morning, another gale abated and rain cleared to allow a look at the sea. Mostly auks this time, 70 west;  a lone Razorbill and several Guillemots identified. Divers seem to have decreased-just 3 Red Throats this time. Otherwise 15 Gannets, 4 Kittiwakes W, 4 Scoters E, and , a nice addition to the house list in the burly shape of a juv. type Glaucous Gull which headed towards the cliffs from far out at sea and was lost to view below them. One was reported near Rye the previous day, when I saw the faithful juv at Dungeness, no knowing if this bird was one of those. This picture is not the Clifftop bird - I didn't get such a good view as this !

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