Little to report over the past week or so. Mothing has dried up this month, as expected, with warm temperatures on the 19th failing to produce any at all. I am rapidly coming to the conclusion that until such time as I invest in a Robinson trap and an MV lamp winter mothing is not worth the electricity! On the bird front the Rough-leg remains at Jevington today (28th) and was hunting non-stop while I was present early afternoon. On Horse-eye and Down a flock of 70+ Wigeon on the 21st was hopefully a harbinger of a better winter for duck than last year, and 300+ Fieldfare were stripping the hawthorns on the same day. A Black Redstart was watched at Belle Tout on the 20th.