Lydden is awash with flowers,Devils bit Scabious,Autumn Gentians and Autumn Ladies Tresses to name but a few.
Moving on to the clifftop on Saturday , thought a dotterel had dropped in ,turned out to be a golden ploverthough.
The swallows were joined by sand and house martins at times in the air around the lighthouse.
On Sunday morning there were lesser whitethroats in Langdon Hole,hope the National Trust don`t clear any more bushes at the top of the Hole this winter or we won`t have any migrants there at all,perhaps they should consult the locals before ravaging the area so they can leave the hot spots alone!
Several Wheatears were around the area including this handsome adult bird
At the Fan Bay apple tree it was Chiffs today
In the afternoon went to find the Redstarts and Pied Flycatcher at Bockhill,saw the redstarts straight away in the paddock,no sign of pied fly though,also half a dozen wheatears and a whinchat and another aerial fly past of four fighter bombers F111S?
And now for the floater,an old thames barge called MIROSA was seen leaving the Swale on Friday morning,a splendid sight:-
To finish a few moths from the trap this weekend