Away from Holy island the dunes at Druridge are arguably the most important habitat in the county for variety of duneland plants. I spent most of the time between Druridge and East chevington this afternoon. I have incuded pictures of Houndstongue, Lesser butterfly orchid, Burnet rose and Vipers bugloss. A bit quiet on the bird front. I watched a Reed warbler taking food deep into the reedbed at East chevington. At Druridge there was a drake garganey and a Little ringed plover in front of the demolished hide. At Chevy there were several Small heath and wall brown butterflies, dozens of Cinnabar moths and a few Latticed heaths.