Saturday, 27 May 2017

Back Home in Norfolk

Saturday May  27

We've been home less than a week, since Monday in fact, it seems like we've never been away. I persuaded Pam not to go to Bird Club on Monday night after driving down from Carlisle! Nothing would deter us from moth-ing at Natural Surroundings on Tuesday morning. It's always better than Thursdays at Cley, in both number and variety of moths trapped.
We've  spent the week catching up with laundry, planting my chitted vegetable seeds in root trainer pots (it was 100F in the greenhouse), moth-ing every night  at home and, doing some birding after our half-day North Norfolk sessions.
We've added Nightingale and Cetti's  in Sewage Works Lane, Swift and House Martin in the village, Garden Warbler in our garden and the following photos are of some of the garden moths we have trapped.

Light Emerald

Oak Hook-tip

Puss Moth -male

Eyed Hawkmoth

Elephant Hawkmoth

Lime-speck Pug

Lime Hawkmoth


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