Two juvenile Willow Warblers were feeding along hedges, in fields at the top of Gore Lane this morning.
Pale Flax - most of the wildflowers were cut with the grass a while ago, but a few remain in little patches around the edges.
Wavy Bitter-cress - growing in a damp spot on Orcombe.
Common Blue - female.
Wheatear on the dung heap this morning.
A smart flower growing in a sprawling mass, on waste ground, behind the seafront. Presumably a garden escape, but I haven't been able to work out what it is. Also pictured below. Edit - this is Duke of Argyll's Tea-tree - thanks Kev.
I'm guessing this is also out of a garden. Growing on a wall. Would appreciate help with id. Edit - Himalayan Honeysuckle - thanks again Kev.
Corn Mint - Hope I've id'd this correctly. Lu and I walked the dog from Weston to Dunscombe Cliffs this afternoon.
Nottingham Catchfly - growing out the side of a cliff - Dunscombe Cliffs. These flowers open at night time.
Dwarf Thistle - Dunscombe Cliffs.
Henbit Dead-nettle - Mudbank.
Oxford Ragwort - Mudbank.
Annual Wall-rocket - The Maer.