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From the Clifftop

We've been away for a couple of weeks in Uzbekhistan-about as far away from the sea as you can get !

Back here, the usual moth trapping activity resumed, with another Beautiful Marbled [as pictured in the last entry below] amongst rather meagre catches caused by cold nights. Bird migration seems fairly quiet, though a Tree Pipit and 100 + Meadow Pipits went through today; at sea were 10 Grey Plovers and a Mediterranean Gull yesterday.

This morning I visited East Guldeford Levels, here 4 Whinchats [pictured] and a Spotted Flycatcher in one remote bush were noteworthy.

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