Dark Ash Bud Moth Prays ruficeps, North Elmham, 24th September
Otherwise it was a pretty poor night with just Rhomboid Tortrix Acleris rhombana, Garden Rose Tortrix Acleris variegana, 3 Narrow-winged Greys Eudonia angustea, Brimstone Moth, Light Emerald, Large Yellow Underwing, Lesser Yellow Underwing, 18 Lunar Underwings and Sallow.
I think this Harvestman may be Odiellus spinosus, but if anyone who knows their Arachnids can confirm that would be great...
possible Odiellus spinosus, North Elmham, 24th September
On 25th September another attempt to find avian migrants in my lunch break failed, but I did find Stoat, Migrant Hawker and Hairy Shieldbug.
Hairy Shieldbug, Thornham, 25th September
The next couple of nights' mothing was extremely poor: 2 Narrow-winged Greys Eudonia angustea, 5 Lunar Underwings and Sallow on 25th (along with a Speckled Bush-Cricket), Garden Rose Tortrix Acleris variegana and 2 Lunar Underwings on 26th.
Speckled Bush-Cricket, North Elmham, 25th September
On 27th I enjoyed some interesting non-avian activity while out birding, which I've already posted about on my birding diary. Specifically this Stoat 12' up a tree (with a Yellow-browed Warbler) was interesting...
Stoat, Brancaster Staithe, 27th September
...and I enjoyed watching Bats (were they Noctules?) in the evening:
Bats (Noctules?), Burnham Norton, 27th September
With cold clear nights continuing the mothing remained poor: 2 Narrow-winged Greys Eudonia angustea, Square-spot Rustic and 5 Lunar Underwings on 27th and Narrow-winged Grey Eudonia angustea, Dusky Thorn, Large Yellow Underwing, Lesser Yellow Underwing and 5 Lunar Underwings on 28th.