12th October

With precious little change in the weather migrant interest diminished still further although the arrival of 2 new Yellow-browed Warblers (at the Obs and Tout Quarry) to add to at least 3 still about at the Craft Centre/Avalanche Hump provided just a modicum of quality. Ring Ouzels included 4 at West Weare and at least 1 at the Bill but there was little else of note amongst the less than impressive numbers of routine fare bar the likes of singles of Little Egret, Lapwing and Mistle Thrush at the Bill.

A single Delicate was the only immigrant moth of note at the Obs.