The day I found TWO moth species new to Inner Hebrides!

Had a rather excellent day out with the newly-formed Skye Nature Group, we caught the ferry to Raasay and PSLed the sh*t out of it! 

Oh, and I hit my 5000th species too. Cracking!



Long overdue list update, 7.ii.2018

I usually get up to date with entering all my records in MapMate at around the New Year and then recalculate my Pan-species List. But it didn't happen last winter so today's update is the first major update since January 2016.

I've been in 3rd position on the PSL rankings from the start, miles behind Jonty and Dave, and miles ahead of everyone else. Or at least that used to be the case! I can see it is just a matter of time before I am caught up, now that my PSLing activities have slowed up. However, it was good to see that I've added 765 species in 2 years and 1 month (7th January...

St Thonas's Head, North Somerset

The marine fauna and flora is probably the area I have neglected the most so offers the possiblity of easily adding a number of species, even close to home in the muddy Severn Estuary.

These from a short, low-tide jaunt along the northeast end of Sand Point.


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