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If yesterday was a day to forget then today barely merits a mention, even the Manx Shearwaters didn't make it to double figures. Four ..read more
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A day to forget, with the rain that rolled in as promised by mid-morning still not having cleared through by dusk. The sea was well-watched ..read more
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A break in the unrelenting wind and rain came with the first glorious sunshine for what feels like ages. The relaxed wind and clear skies ..read more
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As the current spell of unsettled weather continued it was the partially obscured, rolling sea that was the focus for much of the day. With ..read more
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A misting damp that refused to move for the early morning put pay to much of the ringing attempt. Land-based migrants were thin on the ..read more
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Apart from a sudden and rather torrential downpour at midday the rain remained mostly in the channel. The looming storm clouds that ..read more
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Ferrybridge remained the place with both numbers and variety today, amongst which an early storm-driven Grey Phalarope was nice new arrival ..read more
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The wind that had freshened throughout yesterday reached well into gale force overnight and barely abated all day; with passerine hunting a ..read more
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A day of extremes, heavy downpours were interspersed with clear sun filled skies that made the howling wind feel more like a hairdryer ..read more
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Intermittent drizzle and a relaxation of the battering winds led to a small movement of migrants which continued throughout the day. Willow ..read more

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