March 2013

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Thursday 28th:


The first Lizard sp of the year was tempted out by the weak sunshine, but failed to warm up quickly enough and ended up as food for the resident Kestrel. Still no sign of any Sand Crocus or butterflies yet.



Monday 25th:


A couple of new fungi for the recording area were found in Dead Dolphin Wood, both grow on old nettle stems Calloria neglecta and Leptosphaeria acuta.



Saturday 23rd:


Honesty is still one of the few plants to be in flower this spring. Frog Spawn is being left high and dry as the water recedes in Greenland Lake.



Wednesday 20th:


The Common Seal was again on Bull Hill.



Saturday 8th:


A Harbour Porpoise was again offshore with a dead Toad by the Entrance Tunnel.



February 2013


Saturday 2nd:


At least one Harbour Porpoise was offshore, a scarce visitor to this corner of Lyme Bay.


January 2013

Thursday 31st:


The Common Seal was on Bull Hill, with Marmalade Hoverfly Episyrphus baleatus and the first queen Buff-tailed Bumblebee of the year on the wing.



Sunday 27th:


The Common Seal was in the estuary.


Common Seal 27/01/13 Steve Waite


Saturday 12th:


A Grey Seal was offshore.



Tuesday 1st:


The Common Seal was in the estuary.



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