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From the Clifftop

Still a bit too clear and cold at night for good moth trapping, but one unusual one this morning was a spring Red-green Carpet, a common late autumn species which overwinters-I've never caught one in spring before.

After that I walked along the clifftop to Place Farm, sometimes through mist. Further surprises were provided by a Cuckoo and a singing Nightingale [bottom of Warren Glen], I have to go back ten years to 2008 for my last records of either  of these in HCPNR, in both cases they were autumn migrants though.

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