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31st August

The highlights of the day were two Honey Buzzards which flew out to sea around midday. Very quiet in the bushes with just two Redstarts of note whilst a Tree Pipit, 30 Yellow Wagtails and three Grey Wagtails also flew over.

Four Porpoises were feeding offshore.

A new Small Copper of the form radiatus was seen and two Clay Triple-lines . Four Sickle-bearing Bush Crcikets were seen this evening.

A Red-eared Terrapin was showing well at the Long Pits.