Feeding Time @ Nest Cam!
Thanks to everyone who came to the Moth Night last Saturday. It was the first time we've had a moth night at St Fagans and I found it very interesting. I'll definitely like to do more in the future!
My personal favourite moths on the night were the Lunar Marbled Brown and the Nut-Tree Tussock. Here's a list of all the species we found - thanks to Dave at SEWBReC for this!
Agonopterx cf heracliana
Dark-barred Twinspot Carpet
Lunar Marbled Brown
Pictures and loads more info on moths can be found at UK Moths
Chicks at St Fagans!
Follow our Great Tit nest box camera at St Fagans!http://www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/2736/
Eight eggs were laid on the 27th of April and finally hatched yesterday. The chicks are so small you can only really see them when they open their mouths. Mr & Mrs Great Tit are now very busy feeding their family in the woodlands at St.Fagans.
Peregrines on the Clock Tower