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Friday, 19 April 2013

Sheer numbers !

18 April 2013

Tim Jones reports some 5000 Manx Shearwaters and 1000 Kittiwakes off the island today. Also one Grasshopper Warbler, four White Wagtails, about 50 Wheatears and 200 Swallows. A single Short-eared Owl was present and two Arctic Terns still lingering off the East Side.

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  1. The seabirds were seen by Tony Taylor, who said they were streaming south off the West Side, many quite close in, following a night of SSW gales. Tim Davis and I flushed the owl from heather cover along the East Side Path near Tibbetts.

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