The highlight of the morning was a Bee-eater which flew in over the Observatory and then rapidly inland at 0850hrs.
An Arctic Skua and seven Mediterranean Gulls were seen offshore.
Two Grey Seals and two Porpoises were feeding offshore.
Good numbers of moths were trapped and included another Green Silver-lines, The pyralid Eudonia lacustrata was also caught - only the seventh Observatory record.
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