bird behaviour, Insects

Full moon- 19th March

A beautiful perigee full moonrise. I was listening to Lapwings displaying by moonlight at about 11pm when I heard Whooper Swans in the distance. Over several minutes I heard them come closer then fade as the swans migrated roughly north west on their way to Iceland.
In the morning I found an Early Grey moth by the light. This species flies in March and its larvae feed on wild and cultivated honeysuckles.

Full moon rising- 19th March
Full moon- 19th March
Early Grey moth

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