|Probably a yellow underwing moth.|
Stripped down like this, the structure of the feathers and wings shows through. Some feathers are hair-like, or furry; others are like little square tiles.
|Detail of shoulders and forehead.|
The wings are papery, thin, almost transparent, yet still strong.
|Detail of wing structure, with a few square feathers. The small dark patch near the bottom is nearly always there in the yellow underwings.|
From the hints of pattern still visible, I think this one, found last fall back in Delta, is a match:
|Yellow underwing, Noctua pronuba.|
|My, what big eyes you have!|