March 2012

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Saturday 31st:


A Common Seal was on Bull Hill. No crocus were in flower today in the overcast conditions.



Thursday 29th:


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



Wednesday 28th:


A Myotis bat sp was feeding along the back path late evening. Earlier a Sand Lizard was the chosen prey of a Kestrel.



Saturday 24th:


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.



Friday 16th:


A single Bottle-nosed Dolphin was offshore.



Thursday 15th:


A Bank Vole was foraging six foot up in a small tree along the Back Path.



Thursday 8th:


Two Common Lizard were by the Dune Pond.



February 2012



Sunday 5th:


Two Harbour Porpoise were offshore for several hours late morning - only the fourth site record.




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