Friday, 17 July 2009

A strong wind had picked up by the morning, making seawatching look like the most likely activity to produce a good bird. Disappointingly, although many birds were passing close offshore throughout the day, they were virtually all Manx Shearwaters with nothing scarcer amongst them. On the land, Eurasian Curlew numbers had risen again to 40, and a Common Swift flew north.

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