One surprise was a gannet fly-by - very unusual so far in land.
Slow worms were sheltering in the usual places, but no other reptiles were present. No cuckoos were heard either and no other local exotics seen this time.
|Reddy brown female below tawny male slow-worm|
This moss was particularly attractive with its fresh colours
Cuckoo-flowers are some of our first meadow species to blossom:
|Glastonbury Tor with a swallow in the foreground|