A Common Seal was on Bull Hill. No crocus were in flower today in the overcast conditions.
Good numbers of Warren Crocus continue to flower in the sunny conditions in the compound behind the Visitor Centre.
Warren (Sand) Crocus 29/03/12 © Sylvia Simmonds
A Myotis bat sp was feeding along the back path late evening. Earlier a Sand Lizard was the chosen prey of a Kestrel.
Good numbers of Warren Crocus are in flower in the compound behind the Visitor Centre. The first Speckled Wood of the year was in Dead Dolphin Wood along with a Red Admiral and several Peacock. Other butterflies seen this week include Comma and Green-veined White.
A single Bottle-nosed Dolphin was offshore.
A Bank Vole was foraging six foot up in a small tree along the Back Path.
Two Common Lizard were by the Dune Pond.
Two Harbour Porpoise were offshore for several hours late morning - only the fourth site record.