...and another moth free post.
There have not been many blog posts here lately, because not much is happening. Unless you call grebes flying 'a happening'. I've looked, but I haven't found much. Not much happening, not much blogging. That's how it works, innit.
A Yellow-legged Gull was recently seen on the patch, not by me either - see here. Usually, if they stay for a little while, they stay for a long while. If you get me.
There is a Chaffinch by my house that cheeps for most of the evening, almost constantly. It is getting annoying.
I don't know anyone who wants Uruguay to win tonight.
That oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico is still leaking.
Home made scotch eggs are quite lovely.
There is a programme on the telly on Thursday about Harpy Eagles. It is an hour long. Yummy.
The moths from the other day were a European Corn-borer and Dark Arches. One is a pest, and the other looks nothing like the picture in my book.
Birdlife now have a blog going on called the Birdlife Community. It's ace. Get on it. It's not just conservation, or doom and gloom. Just check out this Woodpecker. And their tag cloud is immense.
Micro moths are not necessarily really small.
This picture is of a butterfly, not a moth.
I lied about this being a moth free post.