This beast appeared under my moth trap last night - Nicrophorus humator, the Black Sexton or Burying Beetle. There are six species in this genus apparently, but this is the only one which is all black, with orange-clubbed antennae. Not the greatest picture I'll admit !
Black Burying Beetle, Nicrophorus humator, Hunstanton, 4th April 2014
Actually in the trap were 8 Early Greys, 3 Common Quakers, a Small Quaker, a Chestnut and a Hebrew Character.
In Chis's trap pretty similar 3 early Greys, 13 Common Quaker, 3 Small Quaker, 1 Hebrew Character.
Nothing happening at the Cliffs, other than a Brambling flew over.