14th June

A breezy and at least briefly drizzly morning saw a little action on the sea, with Manx Shearwaters trickling past Chesil Cove and the Bill and 22 Common Scoter and 2 tardy Great Northern Divers also through off the Bill. The rapid return of sunny skies by midday allowed for some land coverage with a Reed Warbler the only new arrival apparent at the Bill.

Immigrant moth numbers at the Obs dropped to just 3 Silver Y, a Green Oak Tortrix and a Rusty-dot Pearl.

Late news for yesterday: a Short-eared Owl was at the Bill.