Tuesday, 20 July 2010


I've been trapping plenty of moths this summer. They're not something I ever thought I'd get in to, but its fairly addictive. It's ok though, they won't take over from birds...

This is a Small Ranunculus Hecatera dysodea, a fairly scarce species in Beds, but was once extinct in the UK in the early part of the 20th century. Broom, 19th July 2010.

1 comment:

  1. hi Steve:

    i am writing a guide to the sparrows of North American and I saw your white-eared and prevosts ground sparrow images. Are you interested in letting me use them for this Peterson Reference guide? I need other species as well.

    greg shriver greg.shriver@gmail.com


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