|Female Blackcap in the garden Elder|
This morning, the fun continued, with a male Blackcap in the buddleias, as I was examining the contents of the moth trap. Then two Sparrowhawks north, followed by two Swallows, then five south, a Grey Wagtail, two Rooks (a very good indicator that something is occurring in this neck of the woods) and a Common Buzzard south at 08.40 hrs.
|You know something is happening when Rooks appear around Newland's|
The Vestal-fest continues, another five this morning, along with a Rusty-dot Pearl and a lovely example of, the resident moth and regular garden visitor, Burnished Brass.
|Burnished Brass - a common, yet spectacular, garden visitor|