... was a White-shouldered House Moth Endrosis sarcitrella. It's name explains why it was found under a bridge.
Sea watching is starting to pick up a bit now, yesterday bringing a Red-breasted Merganser and a couple of Whimbrel (one of which landed long enough to get this record shot. First Swift of the year too, fighting against a southerly and drifting out to sea...
Not the greatest pic as the feeding was taking place in the only bit of shadow around but nonetheless, watching a Sparrowhawk feeding is always special. The prey was a pigeon by the way.
One of the most anticipated birds of the spring is the Wheatear, or if you prefer the olde english name it is a White Arse. It has, as you might have guessed by now, a white rump. This cracker was my first this year.