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14th May

Rain for much of the day limited coverage a bit but it was clear that there was no obvious arrival of fresh migrants. However there was still some interest with a Spoonbill flying over, a Cuckoo seen at the fishing boats, a Dartford Warbler which was wandering around the Point and seen on several occasions and two Siskins..

A Badger came into the garden to feed on seed spilt from the bird feeders.

A small improvement in the moth numbers trapped overnight included a Rush Veneer Nomophila noctuella