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From the Clifftop

Clifftop birding is firmly in the grip of the "Summer Doldrums ", with just the odd Crossbill and Siskin heard since my last post. A few Swifts tricking east most days though.

The moth trap continues to struggle with low night temperatures-fleece required when checking it early in the morning, but a few additions to the year list. Showiest was Eyed Hawk, here pictured with the much commoner Poplar Hawk; Cloud-bordered Brindle was the best otherwise.

A few Painted Ladies  have  visited our garden

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