A few seabirds appear

8th June 2010 – overcast/showers SE1/2
Slightly more activity over the sea early morning with small numbers of Manx Shearwater, Gannet, Common Tern, Sandwich Tern and Guillemot logged.
Diurnal Migration
A Swift was the only other record of note.
The moth trap again was the main focus of attention but overnight rain reduced sightings with just 310 moths of 43 species. New for the year were the immigrant Diamond-back Moth along with Middle-barred Minor and Celypha striana. Day-flying moths included good numbers of Small Magpie and Cinnabar and 3 Mother Shipton.
The first Large Skippers are now on the wing.