Saturday, 31 May 2014

A few bits

 Broad-bodied Chaser
 Brown Argus
Wildlfower verge on London Road- part of the biodiversity improvements in town
Done the usual Saturday circuit today at the farmlands. Lapwing chicks on 100 acre, plenty of warblers still in song with Garden Warbler by the hide, a couple of Common Buzzards over and the other guys had Ringed Plover and Yellow Wagtail. Biggest news of the days is that there is one pair of Tree Sparrows- so not quite extinct- yet!  
A few insects about and still trying to work out some of the hoverflies.
Moth trapping in the bugry at moment. Little Rings are calling and there were 150-200+ Swift at dusk. A few moths so far including Heart and Dart, Pale Mottled Willows, Knot Grass, Vine's Rustic, Seraphim and a few micros. 

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