Acleris bergmanniana, a lovely wee thing and quite local
Agonopterix nervosa, new to me but common
Agriphilia tristella, a large "grass moth"
Fairly sure this is Scoparia subfusca
I can't figure this one out, a dark form of Endothenia quadrimaculana maybe. Whatever it is I see it quite often.
On The Shunan the juvenile Moorhen and juvenile Coot are closely associating, following each other around and feeding together. The adult Moorhens are still present but the adult Cotts left ten or so days ago.
Yesterday this Blackwit with a damaged leg was feeding by the track. In order to change its feeding place without flying it would balance on its bill and one good leg and flap to maintain its balance.