Thursday, 7 September 2017

Port Eynon

A week's visit to my parents in Port Eynon means an outing for the trap.

The catch hasn't been that varied, mainly Yellow Underwings and Setaceous Hebrew Characters, but Tuesday night's was spiced up with Cypress Pug (not had here before), Archer's Dart (don't get in VC24) and Magpie (one at home this year).

This morning I have been greeted by Shore Wainscot (not something on my home county list!), Yellow Belle (which is a lifer for me) and Mullein Wave.

Overflying Ravens and Choughs are also not that common for me at home!

Dave Morris (ex-Bucks)

1 comment:

  1. That's a great, varied selection, Dave, with some nice coastal species. Ravens and choughs are always a bonus on the cliffs.