2.5hrs were spent doing the moth trap this morning with nothing mindblowing, although a tiny black and white micro Mompha subbistrigella is the 3rd record or the 3rd to be noticed here! Thanks John.
Med. Gull - 4 juveniles (one appeared to be metal-ringed above the knee), the usual 3CY and just the two (unringed) adults - an amazing reduction on yesterday, given BHG numbers were similar
Little Gull - adult moulting out of summer plumage
Whimbrel - one
Highlights were: Dog's Tooth (2), Double Lobed, Gold Spangle, Narrow-winged Pug, Barred Rivulet (5), Slender Pug, Golden-rod Pug (2), Dingy Footman (2), a late Gothic, Flame Carpet (rare here!), Eudonia pallida and a good count (for here) of 6 Least Yellow Underwing and 5 Mother of Pearl. Equal first were Dotted Clay and Straw Underwing with 30 apiece. 67 species.