Two birds and a moth

Today I was conducting an afternoon concert in King’s Lynn, which meant that I spent most of the daylight inside the concert venue. I did have good views of a hovering kestrel and a soaring red kite on the way in, but didn’t get the chance to go and look for the juvenile red-breasted goose that’s been seen near Stiffkey…..Maybe tomorrow!


Brenda tells me that – having got the moth trap set up once more after it’s sojourn in Scotland! – there was only one occupant this morning: A light brown apple.

No new species for November 5th:

Birds = 226
Moths = 255
Wildflowers = 290