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3rd Aug

Very little on the land and still very slow going offshore were there was just a trickle of Kittiwakes and a few terns passing through and four juvenile Yellow-legged Gulls were also seen.

Eight Porpoise and a Grey Seal were feeding offshore.

Barry Banson caught another two Oak Processionary moths last night.

A Lesser Emperor dragonfly was seen at the north end of the Long Pits this evening.