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Counting period: 06:30 - 14:00
Count type: all species
Weather: Sunny spells with heavy rain showers, a force 2-1 N-NW wind.
Observers: P.Collins, R.J.Butcher, T.D.Jones, S.Exley, D,J.Branch, R.J.Swales, B.R.Spence, T.McEvoy, F.X.Moffatt, S.T.Holliday, S.Webb, R,Hobson, J.Grist, M.Brew,

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Red-throated Diver  4  -  Teal  17  -  Little Gull  -  6  
Fulmar  65  8  Common Scoter  14  9  Yellow-legged Gull  -  1  
Sooty Shearwater  6  4  Oystercatcher  60  -  Kittiwake  1  2  
Manx Shearwater  3  -  Turnstone  1  -  Razorbill  1  -  
Storm Petrel  -  1  Pomarine Skua  3  3  Razorbill/Guillemot  1  2  
Shag  -  3  Arctic Skua  40  3  Puffin  -  2  
Wigeon  3  2  Great Skua  7  2    

Totals: 274 individuals, 20 species, 7:30 hours

Present: Gannet 400, Little Egret 27, Greylag Goose 23, Marsh Harrier 2, Hobby 1, Peregrine 1, Little Ringed Plover 1, Grey Plover 700, Lapwing 6, Knot 13000, Little Stint 1, Curlew Sandpiper 1, Dunlin 1500, Snipe 1, Black-tailed Godwit 2, Whimbrel 2, Curlew 320, Spotted Redshank 2, Redshank 2000, Greenshank 10, Green Sandpiper 1, Common Sandpiper 3, Pomarine Skua 1, Sandwich Tern 64, Common Tern 742, Arctic Tern 5, Black Tern 4, Swift 9, Kingfisher 1, Wryneck 2, Great Spotted Woodpecker 1, Grey Wagtail 1, Redstart 6, Whinchat 17, Wheatear 9, Fieldfare 1, Icterine Warbler 1, Garden Warbler 1, Chiffchaff 1, Willow Warbler 40, Spotted Flycatcher 4, Pied Flycatcher 9, Siskin 11

Bold = Remarkable observation (scarce or rare species or large number)
Comments: Migration/sea-watch: 06.30-11.30, 17.30-20.00. 4A nice start to September, with a good selection of species, with some movement over the sea and a good sprinkling of common migrants.





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