Not exactly the way we had intended to start the new day as arriving on station to monitor the Moth Traps, we found the note-pad had been left in the car so a ⅓ of a mile both back and forth before we got the show on the road. Again there was no shortage of interest among the 278 macro Moths of 74 species with the following being added to the ‘year list’.
of which we have only captured a single specimen in 13 years of trapping here!
followed in turn by
at the very last knockings.
but Tale's of the Unexpected brought a brace of
On his visit last weekend Dave had already supressed (whoops) 'found' our most dainty and
eye-catching Butterfly here which performed very well for us after capture.
is a real beauty whether at 'closed-wing' perch
continue to appear sporadically
but even more of a surprise was the appearance of a male
on the Gravel Pit
and finally another squab
in the garden.
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For me the bands signature compossition which in 1974 they announced would never be played live again - a bolt out of the BLUES!
Wind forward to the
from the seminal album
and for further recommended listening from the same album the trilogy of Battle Hymns
Throw Down the Sword, The King Will Come along with The Warrior