Had a great night out with the Beds moth group last Friday night. We even did a spot of batting recording both common and Soprano pipistrelle - great stuff!
We recorded 13 Macro and 3 micro species in the evening with temperatures dropping to about 5 Degrees C.
Here are some pics:
Lunar Marbled Brown (star moth for me!)
SatelliteNut tree tussockEngrailedFrosted GreenBridled PugTwin Spot QuakerEriocrania subpurpurella:up to down/left to right: Chestnut, Common Quaker, Hebew Character, Small Quaker: We also attracted this Ophion wasp: Dan
Hello and welcome to my blog.
I'm Dan Trim and birds are my primary interest but I also enjoy local moth trapping/recording and all other aspects of the natural world.
I don't only watch nature but attempt to photograph what I see and a portfolio can be viewed on my flickr, linked from this page.
I have a degree in Biology and currently work in medicinal drug development.
hope you enjoy the blogs!