It is doubtful we would get any form of argument from our Peers or Fellow Enthusiasts in the Wild World, but more particularly Moth’s, that this month has been the worst May ever. Across the years we cannot remember ever being sub-one hundred Moth Species at this stage in the game but would not be so churlish as to utter the word RUBBISH!
For instance, and harking back to Saturday, we gathered a neat little collection of First’s for the Year by way of………….
Additionally and joining the same divission as F. f. Y.
other Insects from the traps included
All serinaded by that Sound of Spring we all know so well, the
In view of the predicted 'bad' weather conditions to come we had decided to do things in reverse order only to find, when returning back closer to home, in the first instance a Herring Gull which was relieved by a
and making a fine meal of it, while it also looked ever bit as if the
are nest building again?
it felt time to return to the Heath where in the first instance one of the
was browsing a Silver Birch, at first glance it also looked liked we had trespassers?
A real treat to meet you Ladies
and here's looking forward to the next meeting!