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A new month begins but not much change on the bird front. Highlights were few and far between though 120 Brent Goose and 94 Red-throated Diver were noted heading east. A single Harbour Porpoise was also noted during the seawatch.
A single Firecrest was seen again alongside the Long Pits/Trapping Area as well as another Woodcock.
On the RSPB Reserve the only bird of note reported was a single Great White Egret.