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26th Feb

A bright and sunny day after a cold and frosty start. There were a couple of sightings of Red Kite this morning and two Marsh Harriers were hunting over the Trapping Area. There was a hint of passerine movement this morning with 20 Redwings, four Song Thrushes, four Grey Wagtails and four Greenfinches of note.

A Common Seal was feeding offshore and a Pygmy Shrew and two Bank Voles were seen on the land.