A Yellow Wagtail flew over the Observatory this morning and 600 Swifts flew west along the coast this evening.
Seven Mediterranean Gulls were the best from over two hours of seawatching.
The first Sussex Emerald was trapped overnight along with a Sitochroa palealis.
Mammals seen today included four Porpoise and Grey Seal offshore and two Brown Hares in the Deserts
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