A super walk with a diverse collection of things seen. Near East Wood blackcaps and whitethroats sang and a cuckoo was heard from deep in the wood. However, the first highlight, a small yellow underwing moth in the grass. Didn't hang around for a photo, one here from last year.
From here, through Bury Green and into Millennium Wood. Excellent: a pair of great tits that have taken up residence in nest box 7 are now feeding young. Super to watch. Also, an adult bullfinch busy carrying food so they are breeding within the wood for the second year running.
As I headed down Brick Kiln Hill, I checked buttercup heads and came up with plenty of the tiny micro moth Glyphipterix simpliciella. shown here.