The natural history exploits of Ross Newham - and the ultimate cure for insomnia!
Sunday, 28 October 2012
28 October 2012 - The Lakes Larkfield
A Swallow over this house this afternoon - latest record so far this year...
Wednesday, 24 October 2012
24 October 2012 - Queendown Warren KWT
A good couple of hours trapping at Queendown last night including a couple of migrant micros.
|Grey Shoulder-knot (above) & Blairs Shoulder-knot (below)|
|Rusty Pearl Dot|
Thursday, 18 October 2012
18 October 2012 - The Larches
Went to The larches this evening, a KWT reserve just near Detling. A relatively good catch, by recent standards, with Mallow, Pine Carpet, Frosted Orange and Merveille du Jour being teh highlights of the macros. Of the micros, only one actually gets named...
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Tuesday, 16 October 2012
16 October 2012 - Leyboune Lakes
Spent a short while searching some Ivy flowers in teh hope of finding moths during weather that doesn't allow a trap to go out... One of the first moths was this Dark Chestnut - at least, I'm pretty sure it's a Dark Chestnut - 's' shaped wing and all that, but now a few doubts have entered my wee mind. Any comments much appreciated.
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