February 2020


A period of dull, wet and often very stormy weather with four named storms arriving throughout. A thoroughly disparaging 4 weeks making it the wettest February on record. Although as I write, it is the last day of meteorological winter and the long range forecast promising more settled, migrant friendly weather by mid-March. It feels good to be reaching the end of winter.  RHC had 3 Chiffchaff at Hodcombe today (29th) perhaps sneaking in on a rare evening of lighter winds overnight.

JFC has kept the flag flying with a few seawatches where the highlights were a few good movements of Red throated Diver & Auk.


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