The first Common Frog of the year was recorded near the Main Pond. Fresh Badger tracks were seen along the Dune Ridge.
The first Comma of the year was on the wing and Toads have finally begun spawning, all previous records this year have been of individuals disturbed by scrub clearance. Warren Crocus is not yet in flower.
The Grey Seal was hauled out on Bull Hill at low tide and was also seen from the hide over high tide. Common Whitlow-grass Erophila verna is now in flower across the reserve.
A Grey Seal was again on Bull Hill at low tide. Warren Crocus Romulea columnae leaves were seen near the Visitor Centre but it will not be in flower for several weeks.
Danish Scurvy-grass Cochlearia danica is in flower along the seawall and signs of Badger on site have increased especially around the Main Pond.
The Grey Seal was again on Bull Hill at low tide.
A Grey Seal was laid up on Bull Hill at low tide
The first Red Admiral of the year was on the wing, along with several queen bumblebees.
A large chunk of Langstone Rock came away overnight.
A Grey Seal was seen again in the estuary.
A Grey Seal was seen briefly in the estuary.
Flowering plants recorded today included Chickweed, Yucca, Gorse, Ragwort, Groundsel, Red Campion, Portland Spurge and Scentless Mayweed. Also found on site today Oyster Mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus and Blushing Bracket Daedaleopsis confragosa.
Oyster Mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus