Six-belted Clearwing, a nationally scarce species of moth, has begun to emerge again on site, with at least a dozen seen today. There are very few sites for this species in the whole of East Anglia.
Very little to report again today, the most noteable being a Great-spotted Woodpecker and a flock of around 60 Swifts circling high overhead.
In the moth traps the best moth was yet another Marbled Clover,(are they migrants or breeding locally).
Only 5 birds ringed, 1 each of Starling, Greenfinch, Linnet, Wood Pigeon and Magpie.