Despite the almost continuous overnight rain again, by dusk it had moderated to no more than a light drizzle which wouldn't prevent us getting to the Moth Traps. At home the first to be noticed was the
which on a dull day could easily be overlooked for a bird-dropping.
made up the pair of first's for year and as ever we checked out the
which has now been emblazened by natural growth and some carefully selected Reed
but not a sign of a Sygnet.
flitted just above head height.
We wouldn't consign the following hour to the
which might have been welcome as one of only 2 things left on the
Just 10 minutes to see what it is like but roundly entertained by the blooming
(or Mountain Ash if you prefere)
and a presumed parent
During the all too brief intervals there was time to admire the now blooming
Just out of curiosity and the fact that the heavy rain might be doing some good we started heading south but but not before checking the now wide awake
and finding en-route a couple of most obliging
this one facing Forward and
while across the
new shoots spring eternal and while not yet quite as "high as an Elephants eye" with a little more presipitation it could well "climb clear up to the sky"!
Oh What a Beautiful Morning!