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2nd August, 2020
I am sure everyone has had to make some changes to their plans for 2020. I had planned lots of trips away in my campervan, including Kent for Orchids, a training day on flies and a week in Anglesey with my local bird club. I had intended to mainly concentrate on plants and joined the Wild Flower Society and booked up for some of their day trips.
However I have been making the most of recording closer to home, finding a few new plants I had previously overlooked. I also run a moth trap at least once a week and have been tryng to ID some micros, and various intruders.
Although we are now able to travel further from home, I am still a bit unwilling to go too far and am mostly sticking to Norfolk.
New moths are still trickling in to my trap - one of the nicest recently has been Marbled Clover. I also found Bracken Sawfly breeding on Male Fern in my garden.
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