Feast rather that Famine we have at last sorted the images from the weekend which, along with our Weymouthian friend
was something of a Moth Fest with far too many for one Post so we will eke them out.
was undoubtedly the Best among a fair size Bunch as not only a First for Year but also the first we have ever caught which is second only to the
secured back in January. Among he rest of the mix were found
SMALL ELEPHANT and ELEPHANT HAWK-MOTHs
and for now at least
while the rest of the weekend was predominated by other Insects as well.
However, a couple of
but unfortunately find the video clip of one being predated by a Spider would not glue onto the page.
was recorded and most welcome a the species has kept a very low profile this year, while both
in a rather romantic Heart Shaped mating posture, (on the wings of love) and
not quite in the mood yet.
at Windsor and Cornwall alike as a
Bournemouth International Airport
Rich and Famous!
(There They Go!)