Cynaeda dentalis a stunning micro!
Last night was the best night of the year so far for moths in the Plodland MV. It took me the best part of the morning to go through them all, then take those I couldn't ID to the observatory for DW to enlighten me.
A wander around the reserve this afternoon was typically quiet for the time of day and year, A few islands on Burrowes attracted a Little Stint, 3 Dunlin, 3 Redshank including a partial albino juvenile, 3 Ringed Plovers and a Turnstone. Elsewhere on the reserve a Hobby 3 Marsh Harriers, 5+ Little Egrets and few singing warblers.
This evening at Scotney, 7 Common Sandpipers, 23 Curlews, 2 Whimbrel, 2 Little Owls, a distant Barn Owl, a few pulses of Sand martins heading west, a few each of Yellow Wagtails and Corn Buntings and 3 Marsh Harriers.