I've been away to Cornwall for a week and was hoping the moth trap might yield some better results there than at home of late. However, it proved to be just as disappointing as here. We did have lots of fine weather which meant cold nights of course. Clouded Yellows were by far the most common butterfly around the Lizard and further west too. The most interesting bird sightings were several Choughs at various locations, and a few Balearic Shearwaters past Pendeen. Apart from wildlife I did tick another quoit near Cambourne-pictures below. I believe this monument is also known as the Pendarvis Quoit or the Devil's Frying Pan and is about 6000 years old.