With the temperature lingering at an unseasonable +5°C at 18:00 on Sunday, and shooting to +7°C by midnight on went a single trap. Surely a Moth was due to be caught somewhere across the county, under such favourable circumstances, and woke up singing the Everly’s classic as above and later it turned out with a single
we await to see if we were alone in this? We had driven across a frost bitten New Forest the day before but with the pond at
we high-tailed it homeward.
However, given the circumstances of the previous night and a more
but overall there were very few small birds.
The 'reserve' at Blashford Lakes remaines in full Lock Down so again resorting to peeking throught the hedgerow to spy on
while a little close to our station a male
Kingfisher Lake at the end of Hurst Road at Ringwood has been for many years the
Winter Dwelling Place of a male
The only images we have ever secured of such a bird come from our 2006 Morocco trip so will have to surfice (males).