Harking back to the week-end when there were 4 pairs of eyes, 11 Moth Traps and much myrth it was certain that we would have to pay a revisit at sometime or another! With c3 seperate additions to the Recording Area List this may not be the last wander back as we do like to show as much as we can of our findings. Having already presented the
there is surely room for a repeat while our second addition was also of the wing-ed kind with a 4 years long wait fulfilled to boot! It was that long ago that we claimed to have caught a brief glimps of a
and while it was considered then that it could not have been anything else there was never any absolute certainty about it so it remained on the Moment Lost List.
Third and final it could only have been Dave who returned to base with firm reports of a
behind the Eco Recycling Works.
An import from the Far East the story of how they got to be here and spread so widely and numerously across Dorset still brings a chuckle. It is said that it was the owner of Brownsea Island who thought a herd of these beasts would compliment his rolling acres but without knowing how many the story goes that by the following morning they all swam to the mainland where none-stop breedin
g commenced! Back to the present and with overnight temperatures now nudging +20°C we are also seeing some decent returns from the Moth Traps which we will bring to you at a trickle starting with
Otherwise, up-dates really as the
"In July away I fly, in August away I must"
showing early signes of a bountiful BLACKBERRY harvest this year.