Saturday, 26 October 2019

A few autumn moths from Beddington

It's been hitting the ground running since I got back from Corvo. On the way home I attended the BTO Marsh Awards, next day was straight back to work quoting and then yesterday was catching up with admin. I couldn't get out birding but did manage to get the moth trap on with a few interesting moths. 

Things are still happening on Corvo. To follow late autumn developments including ringing of vagrants see  HERE.

 If I'm not mistaken a Clancy's Rustic which I believe is a first for the farmlands 
 Chestnut- a new for year 
 Large Wainscot, Red-line Quaker and Blastobasis lacticolella 
Yellow-line Quaker