All posts tagged moths
Britain’s Day-flying Moths: A Field Guide to the Day-flying Moths of Britain and Ireland, September 2013 It’s hard to believe now that just twenty or so years ago anyone wanting to get into moths had just one book available to […]
I've been spending a lot of time this summer standing in the dark listening for bats. An ecology consultant friend of mine has needed someone to help out
I've just finished two evening of bat transect surveys near Swindon, covering farmland that unless something miraculous happens (eg the discovery of a very large colony of very
Despite the less than ideal weather conditions lately, I have been persevering with moth study in my Wigton garden. It has been pretty awesome, I have recorded 127 species since
The moth trap has been pretty good up here in Wigton the past few weeks, Here are some of my highlights! [caption id="attachment_9421" align="aligncenter" width="400" caption="Angle Shades"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_9422" align="aligncenter"
This is the third post on a recent six day trip to the Burren in western Ireland with Wildlife Travel. Though I knew a little about the
As part of mine and Charlie's fascination (some would say obsession) with Pan-species recording I thought I would introduce you to some of the moths that I have
Last night it was week four of the Garden Moth Scheme (GMS); so I put my 128w MV skinner trap out from 1800hrs to 0600hrs and
Moths are brilliant; it is as simple as that! I started trapping moths in my garden during early autumn last year and I am well and truly hooked!
Okay, so spring is fast approaching (honestly it is) and one of the things I look forward to seeing are Ladybirds! However it seems that this is