Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Old Blogger and the Old Vicarage

Another very windy and occasionally wet weekend. The only time we got out (apart from the garden) was for a family day at Water Perry Garden. 

The Spotted Flycatchers are still around, the Goldfinches are now fledged (from the Wisteria) and now Woodpigeons are building a nest in there. The Great Spotted Woodpeckers fledged a couple of weeks ago and there are now juvenile Green and Great Spotted Woodpeckers about. 

 Here's a few pics of new for years and not so frequent visitors from the Old Vicarage this weekend.

 I've reverted to old blogger. 

 Lappet
 Intermediate morph Peppered Moth
 Yellow-tail
 Common Wave
 Hoary Bell
 I'm inclined to call this a Rustic rather than an Uncertain/Rustic
Another one of these Midgets Phyllonorycter sp 
A rich coloured Dingy Shears
 Chinese Character
 Izzy killed this- presumably a Common Shrew 
Spent the afternoon at Water Perry Gardens on Monday 

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