Today's Pied Flycatcher, my second of the autumn, wasn't in so much of a rush as the last one, and I enjoyed prolonged views as it fed quietly along the line of trees that border the Bristol Schools field.
It won't be too long before the summering Dark-bellied Brent Goose rejoins its returning cousins...
This Small Heath was a surprise discovery in the Bristol Schools field. I can't recall seeing one on Orcombe before.
Copper Underwing. Quiet moth-wise over the last couple of nights. Three Dark Sword-grass, last night, indicated some ongoing immigration and there are stacks of Rush Veneers on Orcombe, kicked up with every other footstep in the longer grass.