I was still finding it hard to get out and about with so much going on at the moment, so I spent a few hours at the Lodge RSPB. Mind you when I got there to get some fungi images the bloody mist descended so not as bright as I'd liked. Finding good specimens was a challenge as quite a few were either munched on or trampled on by the resident sheep, which decided to pick the same areas to feed as myself every time I laid down on the floor. There were good numbers of Bollettes around, and on the previous evening sarah and I had looked for small emerging natterjack toads. We spied a couple that were smaller than your fingernail on the little finger but there were plenty of tadpoles still. A solitary frog emerged on a couple of occasions only just breaking the surface.