I went to Great Kimble, Bucks., this morning, where I was totally unsuccessful in finding the Musk Orchids that I've seen there once or twice before (I met another orchid enthusiast there, who told me that when he first visited the site 40 years ago there were about 60 Musk Orchids there!). However I did spot my first Bee Orchids of the year, so that's my FotD:
I then went to College Lake nature reserve - I expected to see more Bee Orchids there, but was staggered by just how many there were. I must have seen at least 100, and one of the best places to see them was juat 100-200 yards left from the Visitor Centre.
Biting Stonecrop and Common Centaury were 'firsts' for the year, too.