There is a nice variety of grasses on the slopes as well, although the patch of reddish stuff up the hill a little from the sign post is actually a patch of a Sedge sp. A different altogether much brighter green species of Sedge was also found.
Close inshore and within yelling range of some fishermen was a Grey Seal. It was fast asleep bottling just behind the surf totally ignoring the viscious verbal abuse being hurled at it by a gaggle of chavs with rods. We know which of the two species should be culled; put it this way the better swimmer is the safe one!!!
Where to next? Excitement knows no bounds tomorrow as we get to travel much further afield than we normally get...all may be revealed this time tomorrow and hopefully we'll year list ticking (pun intended) over again.
In the meantime let us know who needs abuse shouting at them in your outback.