Suffocated Clover - The Maer. I'm getting a bit obsessive about finding these tiny clovers at the moment, and I've had some success. Suffocated Clover is a strange-looking plant and one you wouldn't notice in a million years unless you were purposefully searching for it.
Unfortunately next to no recent bird news apart from the odd sight of a large goose sp flying distantly across the bay, around 5'ish this evening - presumably a Greylag. On 11/5 - a quick look off the seafront revealed lots of auks moving and a pale-phase Arctic Skua.
Clustered Clover - this one discovered at the entrance to Exmouth cricket pitch.
Subterranean Clover - masses of this on the grass verge in front of the seafront arcades.
Not small or rare but the Red Clover is looking stupendous at the moment.
I don't know what this but it's pretty distinctive - growing in a damp patch on Orcombe Point.