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15th-18th September

 Although initially remaining quiet on 15th, the following few days saw the autumn roar back into life delivering some quality rarities and a decent scattering of common migrants. Highlights on 15th included a Little Stint on Gretchen, Little Gull in Linklet Bay, Rosefinch at Lurand, and a Pied Flycatcher at Ancum Willows, although common migrantss were very thin on the ground. 16th began with a blythi -type   Lesser  Whitethroat at the Shooting Gallery, hinting at the quality which was to follow - later in the morning a smart Rustic Bunting was discovered feeding around the Sheep Dyke at the Lurn. Amazingly a Blyth's Reed Warbler was then found only 200m away, feeding around the rocks by the sea, clearly having just arrived in off the sea. Despite the morning rarity bonanza, it remained quiet for the rest of the day with a Convolvulus Hawkmoth and a Curlew Sandpiper providing some rewards for the afternoon's efforts. Rustic Bunting - TG Blyth's Reed Warbler - TG blythi

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