|Osprey, Pandion haliaetus|
I saw several planes take off. While there I found an Apple Leaf-miner moth's mine in a Wild Cherry leaf.
Afterwards I visited Arundel WWT and saw my first Osprey in this country. A kingfisher flashed past the Scrape Hide several times. A Southern Hawker patrolled the reed bed walk, together with male and female Common Darters.
Today I completed my final butterfly transect at Mill Hill. The count was low again: Adonis Blue, one female, Meadow Brown 8, Wall 1. I then called in again at Arundel WWT and the kingfisher landed on a pole in front of the scrape hide.
|Apple Leaf-miner, Lyonetia clerkella on Wild Cherry, Prunus avium|
|Cessna 172S Skyhawk G-HLOB|
|North American Harvard '43' G-AZSC|
|Piper L18C Super Cub G-BJWZ|
|Slingsby T67M260 G-BWXB|
|I saw the spider eject yellow faeces|
|SusSAR control vehicle|
|Mallard, Anas platyrhynchos|
|Rudd, Scardinius erythropthalmus|