|A blast from the past - most unexpected, yet very welcome, discovery this morning.|
|Agriphilia geniculea - a common "Crambid" species|
|Argyresthia goedartella - another common species, apparently?|
Not much else to report. The first Common Buzzard of the autumn spiralled over Pyson's Road yesterday, as I was on my break, and another was being harassed by the local gulls as it left its' roost site at Newland's Farm, early this morning. A Whitethroat was in the Vine Close hedge and a couple of Swallows have headed south, over the maize field - apart from that it is very quiet!