Migration continues with a steady trickle of birds through the back field.  We’re still getting Spotted Flycatchers and Blackcap numbers are increasing. Out on the Downs it’s the same, but, other than an elusive Grasshopper Warbler and a Wryneck that we missed, there hasn’t been too much to excite us.  Over at Sompting Brooks there has been a bit of entertainment, with a Wasp Spider, one of the introduced Storks flying over and a Green Sandpiper was an interesting bird here for autumn.

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Clouded Yellow
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Red Underwing
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Wasp Spider
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One of Knepp's pet White Storks flies over
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Green Sandpiper
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One of the local Peregrines has a go at a passing Buzzard.