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Local weather


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21st June

Not a great deal to report with a single Manx Shearwater passing east and two Yellow-legged Gulls at the Patch being about the best on offer.

A Porpoise and a Grey Seal were feeding offshore.

Elsewhere, two Cattle Egrets were new arrivals to the Hayfields and a Black-winged Stilt flew over Boulderwall Farm but promptly disappeared thereafter.