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15th Sep

Highlights today were the long-staying Wryneck and an adult Pomarine Skua west offshore. Other bits and pieces on the ground and overhead included a Buzzard, a Golden Plover, 12 Kestrels, 150 Sand Martins, 1000 House Martins, 700 Swallows, a Redstart, two Whinchats, a Tree Pipit and ten Reed Buntings. Five Arctic Skuas were also seen offshore.

Another Delicate moth was trapped overnight and five Hummingbird Hawkmonths were feeding at Red Valerian.

Five Cattle Egrets were seen at Boulderwall and ARC.