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Saturday, 5 May 2018
4th May – Garden Warbler present and good hirundine passage
Rob Duncan reported that the morning had potential but was killed off by the thick fog so only 22 birds were ringed. A Garden Warbler was the best bird. Also saw Whimbrel and Great Northern Diver in the landing bay. A pretty big hirundine passage got under way around lunchtime - numbers to follow.