After presumably paralysing the caterpillar this Ichneumon Wasp carried and dragged it for a several yards along the footpath to Hanson hide, then dropped it while it dug out the entrance to its nest, then dragged the caterpillar down into the hole, where I guess the caterpillar will host the wasps eggs then be eaten by the young.
Many Swifts were again feeding over the ARC, the one above looks as if its crop is full
A drake Garganey sleeping on one of the exposed islands from Hanson
The Southern Marsh Orchids are still looking good in the field beside the track to Hanson Hide
Several Longhorn moths (Adela croesella) were in the bushed beside the track