Sunday, 15 May 2016

When I'm Cleaning Windows - George Formby

With the wind determined to cling to the northern quadrant, accompanied occasionally by sometimes heavy rain showers and overnight temperatures falling to unseasonable 'single figures',(a ground frost this morning) it's not surprising that things have slowed down. However, despite all of that there have been a few migrant Insects to capture the imagination starting with
 GEM
 a handful of
 SILVER Y
 along with a itinerant
 RED ADMIRAL
other new Moths for the Year have included
 BLOOD-VEIN
 COMMON WAVE
OAK-TREE PUG
 At Parley Pond-side the Mute Swan is still 'sitting' but appeared to
have jettisoned one of her eggs.
On closer inspection it was considered all to small to be one from
a Mute clutch, so may have been laid by one of the tame Geese?
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Titivating the Nest.
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MOORHEN
 carrying out morning domestics.
FEMALE MALLARD
also still 'sitting' at the side of the Harbins garden pond,
 while one of the local
PHEASANTS
may have been predated??
Behind the Eco Recycling Works
 at least c3
 WHIMBREL
remain contentedly feeding but occasionally a
Little Flighty.
 Female CHAFFINCH
for no other reason than she was there!
In the Solar Panel Compound we may have found the most likely site for the
LITTLE RINGED PLOVER NEST
also a ???? but all the right traits.
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Finally, this was considered extremely novel.
After their recent appearance at the 
PETRONAS TOWERS
and the
LONDON SHARD
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the Window Cleaners turned up yesterday with 250,000 panels to
clean which is only the 'first phase' of the full contract.
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We are reliably informed that such an endeavour has the effect of increasing production by 14%
THAT'S A LOT OF ELECTRICKERY!
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