Following on from the other days's Greenshank, a Redshank flew over today, not as rare as the former, but still a good bird.
Snatches of sun appearing from behind the clouds allowed Speckled Wood, Large & Green-veined White, Ringlet and Meadow Brown to fly.
The moth trap had 42 species, with nothing new but some nice moths.
|Mother of Pearl|
Playing around with the camera in the garden I found a Comb-footed Spider Enoplognatha ovata. This is a common spider in the garden with a red stripe and translucent legs. It's quite small but tackles prey many times it's own size.