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From the Clifftop

It has been far too cold at night for moth trapping, just one moth this morning, though an early V-pug yesterday brought the year total in my Fairlight  trap to a modest 19.

Quite a few birds on the move this morning though, along with 205 Brent Geese in 90 mins. were just 8 Common Scoters, a Little Egret far out to sea  [new for the house list], a Black-throated and 4 Red-throated Divers and 2 Garganey, all going east. 3 Razorbills were on the sea.

Later I was pleased to see one of the roortop nesting Great black-backs sitting on their usual roof in Torfield for the first time this year.


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