A Turtle Dove was singing at the Long Pits and just about manages to scrape itself onto the Observatory area year list. A second-summer Yellow-legged Gull was on the beach at the Patch.
An excellent total of nine Variable Damselfly were seen at the top end of the Long Pits.
Elsewhere, the Serin remains at Lttlestone.
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