The highlight of the day was a Honey Buzzard which came in and passed over the trapping area before heading off west and over to the RSPB Reserve at around 0935hrs. Other migrants were virtually non-existent.
Late news from yesterday concerns two Great White Egrets which flew out to sea during the morning.
The Serin was still singing in its usual place at Littlestone.
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Corona Virus Update
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