Moor Sands, Prawle Point, South Devon Between Salcombe and Dartmouth, the sublime coastline of Prawle Point is the most southerly point in Devon, boasting dozens of secret beaches and sunbathing spots. During summer, it’s a joy to peruse the rock pools for wildlife, as bright blue butterflies flutter in the distance and buzzards circle overhead. Swim out to the small offshore rock stack to find sandy Elender Cove, tucked away at the far end of Gammon Head
Sandsendis a ridiculously picturesque village lined with beach facing cottages set into grassy cliffs; just at the end of the wild North Yorkshire Moors. It’s also two miles from Whitby, and Whitby Abbey is enchanted and magical. This is an irrefutable fact. (Feversham on flickr)
Barn Owl. With heart-shaped face, buff back and wings and pure white underparts, the barn owl is a distinctive and much-loved countryside bird. Widely distributed across the UK they can be seen in open country, along field edges, riverbanks and roadside verges.They are most active from dusk hunting Mice, voles and shrews.