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The cool airflow and crystal clear skies that have become the rule in recent weeks remained firmly established and put the block on routine ...
With the northerly wind picking up overnight, the morning brought with it a distinct chill and a noticeable reduction in migrants. We can...
Today saw a repeat of yesterday's migrant bonanza with the welcome bonus of a little more variety that included a Wryneck in the Obs Qua...
A ground frost and clear blue skies - the perfect conditions for a fall you say? Well perhaps not the most orthodox of conditions but birds ...
A continuation of yesterday's unsettled weather resulted in a very similar day list, with the exception of a couple of classic spring wa...
An entirely unpredictable day saw sun, rain, snow and cloud descend in turns upon the island - always with the accompaniment of a chilly bre...
Going to bed last night our heads were filled with the prospects of gentle northerlies and potential drizzle at dawn, and we were anticipati...
A similar start to yesterday with areas of the garden erupting into Willow Warbler song and furtive Blackcaps scrambling between Blackthorn ...
A return to form today with slightly milder conditions coming up some numbers on both land and sea. Variety was far off what can or even oug...
In the absence of any upturn in common migrant numbers the 3 Ring Ouzels at Barleycrates Lane, the Black Redstart at Culverwell and the Me...
Might we have expected a bit more out of today's chilly blast from the north? Maybe, since we've witnessed many a blistering fall fr...
The migration tap's been barely more than dripping for a fortnight or more and today's chilly northwesterlies - that it had been hop...
Precious little by way of new arrivals to report today, with the season's first Whitethroat the best of the day's discoveries at the...
Quite a shocker today with heavy cloud cover extending across the Channel seemingly stopping migration dead, with precious few new arrivals ...
A chill wind didn't do much for numbers but some quality more than salvaged the day, with a Red-rumped Swallow lingering for a while ov...
A stiffer northeasterly breeze had become a feature overnight and remained so throughout the day, funneling most passage along the West Clif...
For the most part a rather uneventful day salvaged only by a Glaucous Gull lingering offshore between Chesil and the Bill, and a Velvet Sco...
Weather-wise, today lived up to expectations, even if those expectations for a clear blue sky and unbroken sunshine weren't what was req...
A really nice early spring day with clement conditions and a hatful of movement afoot; in some ways it was also an odd day, with rich rewar...
With the wind whipping up to gale-force overnight, the morning was once again dedicated to the sea. The first two Arctic Skuas of the year w...
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