Monday, 8 June 2009

Monday morning Northowram

Usual walk in cloudy and cold conditions for 'flaming 'June produced
3 Micropterix aruncella
15 Nemophora degeerella(in display flight)
1 Chimney Sweeper(first for the year and Northowram)
1 Foxglove Pug
1 Silver Ground Carpet
2 speckled wood
3 Crambus lathoniellus
And at last 2 skin Moths from the nesting material gathered by the HxBCC from Hardcastle craggs.

3 comments:

brian leecy said...

Hi Andy,me and ros saw 50 plus chimney sweepers in mathew laithe meadow today,nettle taps common nearby,and an interesting cat,avnt sussed yet ,emp eggs not hatched yet on langfield common.all best Bri.

Paul Talbot..aka Moffman said...

Hi Brian
Please pop up a piccy of the cat as I need some entertainment(see comment on Charlys post)

charlie streets said...

Final count from my bird's nests were 30+ Skin Moths including at least two mating pairs.