Went to the Warren a couple of times last week in search of the elusive Grayling butterfly,no luck they are very scarce now it seems.
Not many birds about either with a group of 32 Mediterranean gulls dozing on the sea the pick.
Some of the paths in the warren are becoming very overgrown through lack of use, not many people it appears can be bothered to walk down the cliff paths anymore or to walk back up more likely.
At the weekend a very different cruise liner called in to Dover,the WIND SURF has sails to supplement the engines when conditions are suitable,thus saving fuel.
The local celebrity seal is back in the harbour spotted eating a large flat fish probably a flounder
too far away to photograph though.
On the cliffs on Sunday morning there were 2 wheatears 2 whinchats and a few chiffs and willow warblers,a raven did a noisy fly by and a peregrine was on its favourite perch.
A RAVEN FLYING BY