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Counting period: 06:00 - 17:25
Count type: all species
Weather: A foggy start soon clearing to a bright, hot and sunny day with a force 2 W wind.
Observers: P.Collins, R.J.Butcher, A.A.Hutt, S.Exley, J.M.Turton, E.Melmoth, S.Harris, I.Smith, P.Wragg, T.Sexey, J.Hewitt, J.Wozencroft

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Red-throated Diver  1  -  Greenshank *  -  1  Sand Martin  7  -  
Gannet  113  5  Arctic Tern  1  -  House Martin  5  -  
Common Scoter  5  -  Guillemot  27  10  flava wagtail sp.  1  -  
Osprey  1  -  Razorbill  5  -  Siskin  2  -  
Whimbrel *  -  1  Razorbill/Guillemot  48  2  Crossbill  4  -  
Curlew *  2  3  Puffin  1  -    
Redshank *  -  3  Swift  3088  -    

Totals: 3336 individuals, 19 species, 11:25 hours

Present: Grey Heron 2, Hobby 1, White-rumped Sandpiper 1, Snipe 1, Black-tailed Godwit 1, Whimbrel 4*, Common Sandpiper 1, Mediterranean Gull 4, Little Gull 18, Yellow-legged Gull 1, Arctic Tern 1, Grey Wagtail 3, Blackcap 2, Chiffchaff 1

Bold = Remarkable observation (scarce or rare species or large number)
* = Additional info (on mouseover species)
Comments: Migration/sea-watches 06.00-07.30, 08.15-13.00, 14.50-19.30, 20.30-21.30. A White-rumped Sandpiper found at Beacon Ponds was seen there on both high tides, there was also a good swift passage in the afternoon.





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