December 2007

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Saturday 22nd:

 

A Grey Seal was on Bull Hill at low tide.

 

 

Monday 10th:

 

A Red Admiral was still on the wing.

 

 

Wednesday 5th:

 

A Red Admiral was still on the wing in Greenland Lake.

 

November 2007

 

Sunday 25th:

 

A Common Darter was still on the wing in Greenland Lake.

 

 

Sunday 18th:

 

Despite the windy overcast conditions a single Red Admiral was still on the wing.

 

 

Saturday 17th:

 

At least seven Bottle-nosed Dolphin were offshore early morning before heading south towards Teignmouth. A single Red Admiral was still on the wing.

 

 

Thursday 15th:

 

Single Common Darter and Red Admiral were still on the wing.

 

 

Saturday 10th:

 

A Speckled Wood still on the wing near the First Pond.

 

 

Sunday 4th:

 

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.

 

 

Friday 2nd:

 

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.

 

 

Thursday 1st:

 

A Fox was seen in Greenland Lake, the first sighting for several months.

 

 

October 2007

 

Wednesday 31st:

 

At least five Red Admiral were on the wing along with two Common Darter and a Migrant Hawker.

 

 

Saturday 20th:

 

A Weasel was seen along the Dune Ridge.

 

 

Tuesday 16th:

 

A Water Shrew was by the Main Pond.

 

 

Friday 12th:

 

Seven Bottle-nosed Dolphin were offshore.

 

 

 

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