A slow connection here, but I'll try to get round to everyone as soon as I can.
And it's now raining; so back to normal in the weather department.
First up, an oddity. These are usually blue.
I've had the moth trap out a couple of times, and found some rather nice moths. I won't bore the arse off you with loads of pictures; just a couple.
Pink-barred Sallow on the left and Centre-barred Sallow on the right.
And there have been lots of these around,
A nice find out in one of the fields, was a dragon I've not met before.
Black Darter. Britain's smallest Dragonfly, at 32 mm. In English that's about an inch and a quarter.
Again, out in the fields, a plant I've not seen for a while,
A flight shot
A standing shot
Since I started with an oddity, I'll finish on one.
Along the north coast, there has been a couple of sightings of a leucistic Oystercatcher. I caught up with it yesterday, on a visit to Llanfairfechan with a bunch of regular ones. Sadly they were a bit far out, so really just record shots.
Three, because I was excited.
That's it for now. Have fun, and be safe.