Early moths on Meadow Reserve

One of the very first moths of the year- a Common Quaker on a daffodil, after a mild damp night.


More signs of spring; frogspawn in our new Three Owls Wood pond and paired mallards everywhere -oh and best of all the sky larks and goldfinches are singing like crazy!!


Cheers David

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