Monday, 23 September 2013

A Ragged Snout and a Pied Wagtail.

Over the past couple of days I have encountered A Moth called the Snout that with age has become rather Ragged and a return to the garden of some old friends including Pied Wagtail, Green Woodpecker, Starling and Goldfinch in the meantime trips to Shellingford and Baulking Quarries have turned up possible Wood Sandpiper , mixed Gull flock, Swallows and Martins are still going through along with dogs and their thoughtless owners.
                                          Snout - worse for wear
                                          Young Pied Wagtail
                                          Lunar Underwing this and the moth below are much in evidence recently
                                             Feathered Gothic
                                         Part of the Canada Geese Flock - in excess of 200
                           Part of the Gull Flock there are so many loafing around they could start a bakery
                                         Juvenile Goldfinch
                                          Big & Beautiful - Migrant Hawker
                                          Common Darter

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