There were at least two Dartford Warblers in the broom and gorse around the Point along with five Stonechats, one of which looked odd but was presumably a spp rubicola. Other bits passing through included a Grey Plover, two Lapwings, 1500 Starlings, 28 Fieldfares, two Grey Wagtails and two Bramblings. A Woodcock was also flushed from the moat and two Buzzards were hunting at the north end of the Long Pits.
A Common Seal was also feeding offshore and two Red Admirals were seen despite the cold conditions.
|Dartford Warbler Sylvia undata Dungeness 13th November 2017
This bird was even singing at times this afternoon