There were also a dozen Mediterranean Gulls and four Stock Doves among the Black-headed Gulls and Wood Pigeons on the cultivated fields. (AH)
Wednesday, 26th June: A grey, cloudy and fairly cool morning with a fresh NE wind and even a couple of spots of drizzle, before finally becoming much warmer and giving way to bright sunshine around noon....though still with a brisk wind.
A Cuckoo was calling at Honer but otherwise bird life was very scarce, whilst the Coot family at Owl Water have lost 2 chicks and are now down to one. Orchids are quite rare along the Wall so it was a pleasant surprise to see 3 Pyramidal Orchids along the lower path and there is a profusion of dog roses in the area. (JDW)
Tuesday, 25th June: After a very wet night and a murky start, an increasingly warm and sunny day, with just a light south-westerly breeze.
Late afternoon, a Grey Plover was also present. (AW)
Selsey: A Barred Yellow moth was trapped in a garden to the north of the town today. (SH)