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The Observatory can accommodate up to 9 people in two dormitories, you need to bring your own sleeping bags and it is self-catering. As well as Birdwatchers, we welcome people from many areas of interest including Moths, Butterflies, Bugs and Beetles or just a general interest in Nature and the local environment. Please forward any Dungeness recording area records to the Warden.
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26th Jan

Seawatch Hide (07.45-09.45): 2 Shelduck (W), 4 Wigeon (E), 6 Common Scoter (E), 192 Red-throated Diver (54E/138W), 19 GC Grebe (4E/13W/2os), 1 Fulmar (W), 68 Gannet (21E/47W), 6 Oystercatcher (E), 26 Kittiwake (17E/9W), 135 Guillemot (98E/37W), 402 Razorbill (253E/149W) and 1482 Auk sp. (1,345E/137W)

2 Grey Seal, 1 Common Seal and 2 Harbour Porpoise per MC/RW

Dungeness Point: Black Redstart still on Power Station perimeter fence

RSPB Reserve: 6 Cattle Egret at Cockles Bridge