Looking back along Exmouth beach, towards the Exe, from Orcombe Point. Hard to see from the photo but it was snowing quite heavily. Photo taken Tuesday 6/4.
Shepherd's Cress - note two of the four petals are considerably longer. Thanks once again to Kev for directions as to where to find this, along with a number of other Warren specialities. Great to bump into Alan Keatley who pointed out the Yellow-legged Mining Bee colony. Many thanks Alan.
Snake's-head Fritillary (and below).
Two of five Egyptian Geese at Starcross. Another two were in Powderham Park.
One of three Cattle Egrets on Exminster Marshes this morning. Also there - Green Sandpiper, Little Ringed Plover, Bar-headed Goose, Swan Goose, 5 Pintail, Snow Goose, c20 Linnet, 3 Reed Bunting, 1 Cirl Bunting, Water Rail, c2/300+ Sand Martin, Willow Warbler, 2 Gadwall and just a single Swallow. Cetti's Warblers were predictably vocal but biggest surprise was two fly-over Crossbills and a distant Goshawk. Really good to catch up with Dave Land this morning.