The Hornet in the moth trap this morning was definitely a first! Also 70 moths of 24 species with The Coronet and Burnished Brass new for the year. Experienced a very blustery and drizzly day at Dunge today. We struggled to see much but a Cuckoo was still calling at the ARC pit where there were good numbers of Swifts and all 3 Hirundines. At the Patch 5 Med.Gulls were noted plus 20 Gannets and a Painted Lady Butterfly. A couple of Little Egrets, 2 Marsh Harriers and 2 Ringed Plovers were seen on the main part of the RSPB Reserve. The best bird of the day was the Spoonbill at nearby Scotney, where a Little Owl showed well and Corn Bunting and Yellow Wagtail were also seen. The Spoonbill remained asleep for most of the afternnon.