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Despite the cold south-easterly wind this morning, summer warblers, chiff chaff, blackcap and willow warbler, were in good voice. Sandwich terns were busy offshore and a few swallows heading along the peninsula
A fine male redstart was by Hartland Moor (10th) with a couple of wheatear. On the same day osprey and spoonbill were at Middlebere
Five bottle-nosed dolphins were sighted in Studland Bay (4th)


Author: Kevin Rideout

National Trust Visitor Experience Officer based at Studland

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