Sunday, 12 July 2015

Same but Different


Burnished Brass
More common moths and more mediterranean gulls! I did about an hour's watch with Nick from Maer Rocks again this morning. A hulking great juvenile yellow-legged gull flew in and lingered around Orcombe Point for a while, before drifting off eastwards. Five mediterranean gulls were logged (2ad, 1 fs and 2 juv) and at least 8 common scoter were zooming around in the bay. The two marauding arctic skuas were seemingly permanently on view between the Lifeboat Station and the Warren and a great crested grebe, 1 whimbrel, 1 turnstone  and 2 manx shearwater padded out the notebook.

Spotted Magpie anania coronata

Phtheochroa inopiana

Knot Grass

Silver Y - one of two trapped last night.

Heart and Club


Single-dotted Wave

Dwarf Cream Wave

Juvenile Mediterranean Gull

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