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. 

 Intermediate morph Peppered Moth
 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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