Great Knowley

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Leonard Poxon
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Great Knowley

Post by Leonard Poxon » Wed May 15, 2019 11:46 pm

In the garden on Sunday 12th May, possible Fairy Green Longhorn Moth.
Over garden last night - 1 Pipistrelle Bat feeding.
Over garden tonight - 3 House Martin feeding.

On former quarry tonight - 2 Sedge Warbler and 1 Reed Bunting singing. Chrysalis of Burnet Moth seen and Ragged Robin flower seen.

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- Fairy Green Longhorn Moth
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- Fairy Green Longhorn Moth on Garlic Mustard Flower

paul b
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Re: Great Knowley

Post by paul b » Thu May 16, 2019 8:35 am

Not too far away -in overgrown cutting, chiffchaff and willow warbler singing regularly.
Noted before but still pleasing -many more greenfinches in evidence than in recent years-at least two singing males on the estate.
Another with many more sightings this year is starling -up to 15 adults in garden feeding on fat-balls.

PETER
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Re: Great Knowley

Post by PETER » Thu May 16, 2019 9:16 am

Len,
Better known as Adela reaumurella.
Nice Find.

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