Not a great deal to report. A Willow Warbler was singing in the trapping area and a Redpoll flew over this morning. A bit of seawatching in the afternoon produced an Arctic Skua and two Little Terns of interest.
Three Porpoises and a Grey Seal were feeding offshore.
The best of the nights mothtrapping was a Double Dart Graphiphora augur - a very uncommon moth here in recent times.
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