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Sunday, 26 August 2012

A Quiet Sea

The winds looked good for a seawatch today so me and Andy headed off to Flamborough, sounded good when we first arrived as there had already been an adult Sabine's Gull and some Long Tailed Skua's through but the rest of the day proved hard work with just Gannets and Fulmars passing in any numbers, we did manage a few Manx and a single Sooty Shearwater though plus several Arctic and Great Skua's, a female Redstart in the Foghorn Station garden offered a brief distraction.

a clump of Fleabane proved popular with some butterflies

Small Copper


and Wall Brown

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