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From the Clifftop

My Fairlight garden moth trap continues to pull in loads of moths during the hot weather [though the day described below remains a record] Although cooler yesterday, the night was overcast and the trap contained a remarkable 20 Elephant Hawk Moths this morning ,as well as the daily Privet and a couple of Poplars. As a result of the last week's weather, my year list is now 250.

A few Siskins continue to pass over, both Raven and Peregrine were around yesterday-I was alerted to the latter by the alarm calls of the up to 25 Sparrows using our front garden pond.

Of interest at Rock-a-Nore yesterday were an exceptional 29 Cormorants on the harbour arm, and four Cuckoo Wrasse for sale in one of the black huts. I bought one, not cooked it yet.

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