The Common Seal was on Bull Hill. Elsewhere the longhorn moth Nematopogon swammerdamella was by the amusements, a first for the recording area. Other day flying micro-moths included Esperia sulphurella and Adela reaumurella.
The first Small Copper and Blue-tailed Damselfly of the year were on the wing.
The first Wall Brown of the year was along the Dune Ridge.
The Common Seal was on Bull Hill.
The Grey Seal was off Langstone Rock. Good numbers of Warren Crocus continue to flower in Greenland Lake and behind the Visitor Centre. Elsewhere at least six of the introduced Sand Lizard were along the Dune Ridge and the first Red Admiral of the year was on the wing.
A Grey Seal was offshore and good numbers of Green-viened White were on the wing.
At least six Bottle-nosed Dolphin, including a
calf, showed well offshore in the evening The first St Mark's Flies of
the year were finally on the wing - eight days late.
The Common Seal was on Bull Hill and a young
rescue Fox was released in the Car Park late evening.
The first Peacock and Speckled Wood of the year were on the wing.
A Stoat showed well in the Back Meadow unsuccessfully hunting Rabbit and Moorhen. Despite some signs of spring still no reports of the Sand Crocus or any other butterflies.
The Common Seal was again on Bull Hill and the Sand Crocus remains conspicuous by its absence.
A Small Tortoiseshell on the wing was the long awaited first butterfly if the year.