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2nd Oct

A cold and clear morning with a northerly breeze produced a small arrival of migrants on the land  with 25 Song Thrushes, three Redwings, 40 Chiffchaffs, ten Blackcaps, three Firecrests, a Redstart and two Wheatears of note and six Buzzards and eight Reed Buntings overhead.
Not much movement offshore with just 34 Brent Geese, three Mediterranean Gulls and five Arctic Skuas of note.