A solitary hobby hanging over a few lingering swallows. Several species of butterflies around including Small and Common Blue. The first Hen Harrier is already hunting over the moor.
Colder misty mornings.
Other than a few Wheatears there were no migrant birds on the ground. However the sea was more rewarding with a Grey seal hunting around the east ledges.
A relatively isolated area of the forest and rich in fungi.
The Beechwood Sickener (Russula nobilis).
Slippery Jack (Suillus luteus).
Larch bolete (Suillus grevillei).
Branching Oyster fungi (Pleurotus cornicopiae).
Porcelain fungi (Oudemansiella mucida).
Fallow deer (Dama dama).
Grey Spotted Amanita (Amanita spissa).
Penny Bun (Boletus edulis).
Brown Birch Bolete (Leccinum scabrum).
Scarletina Bolete (Boletus luridiformis).