5th - c.600 Cormorants off Samphire Hoe (Paul Holt). 48 Great Black-backed Gulls flew west past Seabrook (Paul Howe). A Tufted Duck at Nickolls Quarry and 2 Siskins, 3 Pochard, 5 Tufted Ducks and 100 Goldfinches at Cock Ash Lake (Ian Roberts).
4th - A Purple Sandpiper at Hythe, opposite the Hotel Imperial (Paul Trodd). A Grey Wagtail on the canal at Hythe (Geoff Cooke).
3rd - A Woodcock, 2 Barn Owls and 3 Water Rails at Nickolls Quarry at dusk (Ian Roberts).
2nd - c.500 Kittiwakes and a record total of c.3,000 Mediterranean Gulls at Copt Point (Martin Casemore).
1st - A Velvet Scoter, a Great Skua and 2 Fulmars flew east past Mill Point. A Firecrest and a Blackcap at Hythe (Ian Roberts).
Water Pipit at Donkey Street (Brian Harper)
Scarce Umber at Seabrook
December Moth at Hythe
Snow Bunting at Samphire Hoe
Siberian Chiffchaff (tristis) at the Willop Sewage Works (Ian Roberts)
Tree Sparrow at the Willop Sewage Works (Ian Roberts)
Diurnea lipsiella at Bargrove Wood (Ian Roberts)
Yellow-browed Warbler at the Willop Sewage Works (Brian Harper)
Great White Egret at Botolph's Bridge (Brian Harper)
Swedish-ringed Great Black-backed Gull at Hythe (Ian Roberts)
Cosmopterix scribaiella mine at West Hythe (David Shenton)
3rd - A Yellow-browed Warbler, 2 Firecrests, 3 Swallows, 5 Corn Buntings and 56 Lapwings at the Willop Sewage Works. A Great White Egret, a Little Egret, a Barn Owl, a Water Rail and a Blackcap at Botolph's Bridge. A Velvet Scoter flew west past the Hythe Redoubt, also a Black Redstart and a Little Egret there (Brian Harper). A Velvet Scoter flew past Folkestone Harbour (Stephanie Lea). A Firecrest and 3 Stonechats at Hythe Ranges (Ian Roberts).
An Oak Rustic and 4 Rusty-dot Pearls at Hythe (Ian Roberts). A Hummingbird Hawk-moth and a Red Admiral at Seabrook (Paul Howe).
2nd - A Rusty-dot Pearl at Seabrook (Paul Howe). 6 Rusty-dot Pearls at Hythe (Ian Roberts).
1st - 2 Swallows flew over Palmarsh (Neil Frampton). A Sandwich Tern off Princes Parade (Brian Harper). An adult Great Black-backed Gull at Hythe had been ringed 18 months previously in Sweden, nearly 1,500km to the north-east (Ian Roberts).
2 Oak Rustics and 3 Rusty-dot Pearls at Hythe (Sean Clancy). 5 Rusty-dot Pearls at Hythe. The Sprawler at Bargrove Wood was new for the year (Ian Roberts). A mine of Cosmopterix scribaiella (New Marsh Cosmet) was found at West Hythe, the third county record and the first of the larval stage, following adults at West Hythe in July 2015 and July 2019 (2), and there were also ten species added to the area list and several additional year ticks (David Shenton).