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1st Feb

The second-year Iceland Gull and three Caspian Gulls were at the Patch again this morning and five Shelduck, 22 Wigeon, six Pintail, 132 Red-throated Divers, five Mediterranean Gulls and over 3,500 auks flew east. A Raven also flew over the Power Station and six Ringed Plovers were on the beach.

Iceland Gull Larus glaucoides   Dungeness   1st February 2021

Six Porpoises and a Grey Seal were feeding offshore.