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28th June

Yet more miserable weather and with restricted visibility making observations difficult. A single Mediterranean Gull was seen at the Patch.

A brief spell of clearer weather in the afternoon gave the chance to catch up with the Norfolk Hawker dragonfly first seen at Dengemarsh last Saturday and a new species for Dungeness.

Norfolk Hawker Aeshna isosceles   Dengemarsh, RSPB   28th June 2021