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From the Clifftop

A bit more to report from the Clifftop-and beyond-today. Five moths in the trap no less, included the micro. Digitivalva pulicariae, common later in the year here, but taking the year list to 20. Three singing Willow Warblers were around the house, two species of Woodpecker sat on our neighbour's fence, and 50 Meadow Pipits moved east mid-morning. It was again too foggy to seawatch, but I could hear Sandwich Terns

A visit to our allotment at Winchelsea to check on a recent rabbit outrage [all well] produced my first Brambling of the year and four Redwings. 

In the afternoon, 90 Turnstones were together on the beach at Bexhill, a very good count; good to see some promenaders taking an interest in them-but no !, they don't nest on the shingle-informative board needed...

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