chilly light breeze, cloud cover.
Coniferous woodland moth species are few and far between in towns but I record a few annually, probably due to the large Scots Pine growing in the garden a couple of doors down.
This really is the "Lonesome Pine", standing tall in the middle of two rows of houses.
|1844, Ochreous Pug|
The rest of the nights mothing was unspectacular ...
0483 Epermenia chaerophyllella, 1
0892 Mompha subbistrigella, 1 (bathroom window)
1524 Emmelina monodactyla, 3
1728 Garden Carpet, 1
1844 Ochreous Pug, 1, year first
1862 Double-striped Pug, 11
1917 Early Thorn
2187 Common Quaker, 5
2190 Hebrew Character, 2
2243 Early Grey, 4
Song Thrushes are still hanging on around town with about half a dozen pairs in the vicinity.
This one was in the conifer next door.
As far as bird song goes these guys really are tops ...