We are neither Nigel Mansell or Lewis Hamilton so generally stick well within the bounds of the Highway Code, which was the case last evening. For no reason of logic it suddenly came to mind that we would check the time it takes for the round trip of flashing up the traps on the heath. It would have been 30 minutes 'on-the-nose' had it not been for the unusually high volume of traffic as we attempted to turn into the main gates, but had it not been so we would have missed the ghostly apparition of a
A late, but always welcome addition to the Year List!
At first light there were no prizes for guessing where we were as in the first insyance a couple of
While emphasising once again that "we don't do Micro Moths", who wouldn't break with tradition when finding such a beauty as
within? Add to that a dozen or so Dor Beetles and but a single
left and sporting the horns the day had started with a bit of a bang!
Long overlooked, it used to be regular practice to monitor the
under covers at the Irrigation Pond before returning to the water after their
A natural progression from that was surely a visit to the Solar Panel Compound and the only site we know of for
betrayed its own presence with a series of short vocals while the picture turned to 'gloom' on the
but nevertheless one or 2 things of note
With still no signs of a Dartford Warbler and the Linnet's seeminly having abandoned ship
to pad out the page while keeping the other eye on our
then returning via the Moors river and a small pod of
to find firstly c2 juvenile
Considered strange as for the first year ever we found no signs of successful breeding right across The Recording Area!
Finally, a little Food for Thought!
"What odds do you think Ladbrooks might have offered against us capturing such a clip"?