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Counting period: 05:30 - 15:25
Count type: all species
Weather: Clear skies then clouded over in the afternoon with rain from early evening, a force 2 WNW-SW wind.
Observers: P.Collins, R.J.Butcher, A.Roadouse, S.Exley, E.Melmoth, J.Melmoth, B.Squires, R.Hopson, P.Smith, B.G.Pepper, M.L.Denton, I.Smith, J.Fisk, M.brew

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Red-throated Diver  1  -  Grey Plover *  -  1100  Swallow  308  -  
Gannet  25  72  Dunlin *  -  56  House Martin  14  -  
Dark-bellied Brent Goose *  -  28  Guillemot  -  3  flava wagtail sp.  1  -  
Common Scoter  11  14  Razorbill/Guillemot  -  4  Grey Wagtail  1  -  
Red-breasted Merganser  -  3  Sand Martin  1  -  Jackdaw  2  -  

Totals: 1644 individuals, 15 species, 9:55 hours

Present: Pale-bellied Brent Goose 1, Gadwall 3, Teal 1, Shoveler 1, Tufted Duck 1, Eider 1, Marsh Harrier 1, Curlew Sandpiper 2, Little Gull 2, Cuckoo 1, Yellow Wagtail 1, Blackcap 1, Chiffchaff 3, Spotted Flycatcher 2

Bold = Remarkable observation (scarce or rare species or large number)
* = Additional info (on mouseover species)
Comments: Migration/sea-watches 05.30-14.00, 14.50-16.15. A good day for outward passage, a record Grey Plover passage totalled more in one day than ever in a spring before.





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