Rustic Buntings to be seen.
By now Baikal Teal, or more like lack of it, was becoming something of a joke, the V is for Victory - here's hoping.
Continuing the Wildlife Adventure, up ahead there was just a shape in a small tree which at first glance looked to be another large Owl or other Raptor,
No need to 'borrow' photos from Wikipedia today! as Harry went on to tell me how unusual it is to see this feline up a tree. He suggested there may be something wrong, maybe injured,
The 'adult' cat on the ground paced up and down,
sometimes just sitting and pondering
but there was certainly a stalemate here.
The adult was now getting angry,
occasionally growling and baring its teeth,
having watched this 'stand-off' for a full 30 minutes, the young userper decided to make a bolt for it with the last moments of the encounter resulting in much growling and squealing from within the thicket.Harry makes another desperate attempt at finding a Baikal Teal
This juvenile White-tailed Sea Eagle was first spotted by Harry some miles away and at altitude. i didn't even get onto it,
While these tiny photographs give no idea of the annormity of the devestation here, it is true to say that once most of this area was like thisbut now turned into this.