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6th July 2024

Oak Eggar

At least 7 Spoonbills and a Great White Egret were still around the Broadwater and 2 Great Spotted Woodpeckers were in the pines.

In the moth traps 4 Small Emeralds, 3 Pine Hawks, 4 Rosy Footmen, a Round-winged Muslin, 9 Common Footmen, 2 Scarce Footmen, a Yellow-tail, a Barred Yellow, a Haworth’s Pug, a Riband Wave, Brown Tail, 7 Uncertains, a Short-cloaked Moth, Peppered Moth, Small Elephant Hawk, 2 Rustics, a Broad Bordered Yellow Underwing, 2 Large Yellow Underwings, 2 Privet Hawks, 3 Mottled Rustics, 2 Ruby Tigers, 2 Drinkers, an Oak Eggar, Lyme Grass, Early Thorn, 2 Heart & Clubs, a Scalloped Oak and a Cinnabar were caught.

Norfolk escaped Black-winged Stilt Snettisham Coastal Park still at Ken Hill Marshes c52.8838,0.4620
Norfolk Little Gull 1s Cley NWT still at Arnold’s Marsh c52.9606,1.0651
Norfolk Wood Sand Cley NWT still mid a’noon from Daukes’ Hide 52.9579,1.0544
Norfolk 2.Curlew Sands (both ads) Snettisham Coastal Park at Ken Hill Marshes on northern pool c52.8838,0.4620
Norfolk 2.Little Gulls Titchwell on freshmarsh c52.9672,0.6048
Norfolk Wood Sand Cley NWT still on Simmonds’s Scrape