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Spring on the clifftop ?

 A couple of lovely sunny days prompted thoughts, no doubt premature, of spring. A pair of Ravens and a Peregrine have  been on view both mornings, and Yellowhammers are singing at the Firehills.[ Also the first sighting of a scrawny youth stripped to the waist on the seafront ]. Early morning movements of Cormorants continue, 430 W on Saturday, and 90 yesterday, though divers appear to be decreasing.

With an overcast night last night, the moth trap finally got going, with Chestnut, Clouded Drab and Common Quaker this morning.

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