Migrants were pretty scarce again but did include a Green Sandpiper, 513 Sand Martins, nine Willow Warblers and seven Yellow Wagtails and the bird of the day in the form of an Osprey flying south-east and out to sea this afternoon.
Two Mediterranean Gulls flew west and two juvenile Yellow-legged Gull were seen on the beach.
A Common Seal and three Porpoises were feeding offshore.
A fairly small moth catch overnight included two Langmaid's Yellow Underwings.
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