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Portland Bill Manx Shearwater c400etc, Balearic Shearwater 1w, Sooty Shearwater 1e, Storm Petrel 1e, Merlin 1n, Arctic Skua 1e, Spotted Flyc...
Portland Bill Grey Heron 2w, Black-headed Gull 1etc, Bee-eater 1w over the Obs at 09:00, Spotted Flycatcher 1. The weirdest arrival of the d...
Portland Bill Grounded migrants: Wheatear 2, Reed Warbler 2, Willow Warbler 1, Chiffchaff 1. Visible passage: Grey Heron 1. Sea passage: Com...
Portland Bill Grounded migrants: Wheatear 3, Turtle Dove 1, Spotted Flycatcher 1. Visible passage: Swift 3, Grey Heron 1, Yellow Wagtail 1. ...
Portland Bill Grounded migrants: Wheatear 3, Spotted Flycatcher 3, Turtle Dove 1, Willow Warbler 1. Sea passage: Manx Shearwater c20etc, Com...
A morning of rain assisted our needy cause today, dropping first a Cuckoo at Pennsylvania Castle and a handful of routine late arrivals at t...
Premier League we may have been back in the heady days of late April but fast forward a month and proceedings feel a lot like being stuck in...
A reminder that there's an InFocus field day at the Obs between 10am and 4pm this Sunday, 22nd May. T...
Odds and ends out of the continuing somewhat disturbed conditions today included a fly-over Red Kite and a briefly grounded Turtle Dove at ...
After a spectacularly turbulent night that saw a series of electric storms rumble in off the Channel the damp and surprisingly breezy dawn l...
Occasional heavy showers overnight; thundery showers arriving from the south through the day peaking after dusk; fresh easterly all day grad...
A mid-May date for World Migratory Bird Day is never going to be in our favour and so it came to pass today, with migratory activity restric...
Brisk westerlies don't usually do us many favours so it was quite a surprise when the shout went up this morning for a Bee-eater at the...
A day of brisky westerlies and clear skies that for the most part wasn't up to much on the bird front. A reappearance of yesterday's...
Today's results would have looked sad indeed without a spirited contribution from the sea - even if those rewards required a good deal o...
The sea salvaged some respectability today in an altogether more promising brisk southwestly, that saw 6 each of Pomarine and Arctic Skua , ...
A day that'll be chiefly memorable for all the wrong reasons as, far from the first time ever, the sight of cutlery in motion was denied...
With the breeze back firmly in the east there were hopes for the day and these were quickly realised with the discovery of a Woodchat Shrike...
A quite varied selection of late migrants on offer today, with many grounding only briefly - if at all - in the warm sunshine and gentle nor...
The death throes of spring or a temporary blip? - today's rather abject performance from the ground, the sky and the sea was disappointi...
A lovely clear, sunny day to get out birding but much too nice to expect much in the way of an arrival of migrants. Although variety remaine...
A flat calm, bright dawn after a clear night didn't bode well so the variety quickly encountered was a welcome surprise even if numbers ...
A ticking over day rather than one dripping with migrants but more than entertaining enough with plenty of variety to get amongst. Totals of...
After yesterday's disappointing washout, this morning's dreary skies after a night of further occasional drizzly rain were altogethe...
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