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Another fairly uninteresting day on the bird front with three Mediterranean Gulls offshore and a lone Willow Warbler at the Long Pits. There were lots of young Stonechats and at least two family parties of Black Redstarts in the area. Three Porpoises were feeding offshore. The first Rest Harrow moths are starting to appear.
Rest Harrow Aplasta onoraria Dungeness 9th June 2019