It's back after a few years break. In 2017 I'm again going to try and see 1000 species in the 1km square that contains a large part of Waldridge Fell. I'll list everything I see with hopefully a few photographs and tales along the way.
Saturday, 3 March 2012
A couple of moths and a Bumblebee
A misty, damp night but a Pale Brindled Beauty and 3 Hebrew Character moths were in the trap this morning. Several local Tawny Owl were calling when I was going through the contents, as they had been all night. and a Great spotted Woodpecker in the paddock drummed most of this time.
Pale Brindled Beauty
Busy most of the day so the only other things of note were a queen Red-tailed Bumblebee in the garden, a flyover Lapwing and a singing Skylark along Beany Lane.