A Grey Seal was on Bull Hill at low tide.
A Red Admiral was still on the wing.
A Red Admiral was still on the wing in Greenland Lake.
A Common Darter was still on the wing in Greenland Lake.
Despite the windy overcast conditions a single Red Admiral was still on the wing.
At least seven Bottle-nosed Dolphin were offshore early morning before heading south towards Teignmouth. A single Red Admiral was still on the wing.
Single Common Darter and Red Admiral were still on the wing.
A Speckled Wood still on the wing near the First Pond.
At least 20 Common Darter were still on the wing along with six Red Admiral, three Small Copper and two Speckled Wood. A Weasel was on the Dune Ridge.
At least six Common Darter were still on the wing along with three Migrant Hawker and four Red Admiral. Also still on the wing the hoverfly Sphaerophoria scripta, a possible late migrant. The most amazing record however was of an exceptionally late Meadow Brown in the Crocus compound.
A Fox was seen in Greenland Lake, the first sighting for several months.
At least five Red Admiral were on the wing along with two Common Darter and a Migrant Hawker.
A Weasel was seen along the Dune Ridge.
A Water Shrew was by the Main Pond.
Seven Bottle-nosed Dolphin were offshore.