From Ashford travelled down the A28 to Canterbury and after lunch to Oare,there were good numbers of black tailed godwits,avocets and lapwings, forty plus golden plovers,four dunlin,about ten ruff,two whimbrel, and a single curlew sandpiper on view.
Langdon cliffs on Sunday,first visit for a while and my first Essex Skippers of the year made the note book,not many birds to write home about though.
Monday walked down into the Warren from Capel where 16 butterfly species were seen including second broods of common blue,dingy skipper,brown argus and speckled wood.
No sign of the GRAYLING unfortunately.
A few moths to finish with