I also had two new moths for the year, the first being a Hebrew Character, which is named by the marking on the forewing, that is similar to the second letter in the Hebrew alphabet, so its now easy to see how the name was derived.
The second new moth for the year (NFY) was an Early Grey rather a lively chap who I found didn't want to smile for the camera.
Finally apart from previous seen individuals, I did also have a new moth for the website which is a micro called Diurnea fagella.
Dirnea fagella is a fairy common woodland moth usually found where Oak and Birch abound.
The larva is Polyphagous,which means it chooses a wide choice of food plants. They are usually deciduous trees or shrubs