There weren't many to be had in the last week in July in South Devon.
Sunday 27th was hot and sunny, and Thurlestone Golf Course obliged with decent butterflies: Clouded Yellow, Painted Lady, Grayling, Wall and Small Copper all obliging.
I did manage a lifer on Weds 30th, about 6 Corys Shearwaters close in from Thurlestone, during a blow that saw large numbers of seabirds along that coast. There were a couple of Manxies also.
An early morning visit to Prawle Point on Friday 1st August soon brought a token Cirl Bunting, a couple of Kittiwakes were the highlight of an hours seawatching.
So here's a consolation steam loco or two: