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19th July

No Patch this morning so few gulls on the beach but three fledged Herring Gulls were enjoying their new surroundings with more on the Power Station almost ready to go.
The Peregrines were putting on a good performance with the male giving the juveniles a master class in hunting Feral Pigeons.
Eight Whimbrels west offshore, Yellow Wagtail plus the odd Sand Martin through in the morning.
Herring Gulls Larus argentatus   Dungeness   19th July 2017 (Lee Gregory)
Two Clouded Yellows and a Hummingbird Hawkmoth were insect highlights.