Back home after over a week away working in the south of France, a slightly blustery SW met me as I walked up the cliff but there were some birds to look at, in the western end of the patch at least.
A Cuckoo, 3 Redstart and 14 Willow warblers were in bushes between the top of the cliff path and the radar station. A Nighingale flew from bush to bush in Langdon hole itself, It showed for a second and proceeded to croak and whislte for a while.
c60 Swallow and a small flock of sand martins were also noted. Good to be back