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A better feel today with the breeze having shifted firmly into the east but the rewards were still very much on the lean side for late ..read more
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The murky skies of dawn that preceded an otherwise gloriously warm and sunny day had an air of promise about them but certainly didn't ..read more
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Another little trickle of late August migrants as the Yellow Wagtails and Tree Pipits continued to increase slowly in number. The nets were ..read more
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Autumn progressed slowly on today with the first decent passage of Yellow Wagtails and Tree Pipits in the early hours followed by triple ..read more
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Just a hint of an upturn in passage today as the relentless wind of recent days finally begun to subside. Numbers were far lower than might ..read more
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Another unremarkable day was only saved from the recent monotony by a passing Osprey - initially seen heading south past Chesil Cove it was ..read more
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 A post-dawn deluge preceded a little flurry of migrants, particularly within the crown fields where two Grasshopper Warblers, 15 Sedge ..read more
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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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