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From the Clifftop

Another glorious morning. Despite the night-time chill, 10 moths were in my Fairlight moth trap this morning, including this Early Moth, which was not just new for the garden, but the first one I've ever seen. A bit brown though !

Also things were going on at sea, in two hours till 8.45 200 Brent Geese departed to the east, 5 Mediterranean Gulls arrived from the West, and a Great Skua flew East. At one point there were 61 Red-throated Divers on the sea, these moved east and others landed from the west, 100 all told at least, so plenty of fish around. 5 Common Scoters were also on the sea, 12 auks flew east and a Peregrine appeared briefly.

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