Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Jaywalker - Peter Jay and the Jaywalkers

WARNING, there may be a JAY featured in this Post!
Whether you voted IN or OUT is quite academic now, but one thing that
didn't appear above the horizon during the whole 'expensive' shemozzle was a
'clear and concise' explanation of what it entails for each and every resident of
This Sceptred Isle!
 Having just locked the Stable Door here is LATE clarification!

In, Out, In Out, SHAKE IT ALL ABOUT!
Supplied by our
Overseas Trade and Industry Correspondent
Sir William Wine, WC and Chain (Pink).
A doubling of the overnight temperature, +16° at dawn but no let up with the wind and rain, brought about a little more interest from the Moth Traps yesterday morning. Among the 214 Macros of 52 Species secured there were c3 additions to the Year List.
 BUFF ARCHES
 COMMON FOOTMAN
FAN-FOOT
in comparison with the much smaller
SMALL FAN-FOOT
which was recorded a few days ago.
 ROBIN
 going for a 'second brood'.
 BULBOUS BUTTERCUP
 COMMON BLUE DAMSELFLY
in a 'teneril' state, which is to say freshly emerged and not
yet having attained its full colours.
 Both of these Fungi are of the Species
 AGROCYBE
WOOD SPEEDWELL
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MAGPIE
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LITTLE RINGED PLOVER
 at Airport balancing Pond.
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WOOD PIGEON
Invited to dinner at Harbins Farmhouse there seemed no need to take
the optics, but ain't it always the way. A little idle chatter before the meal
and this
JAY
looking lie a 'young' bird
appears right outside of the kitchen window!
Having only ever seen one at this location before,
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and the Species so difficult to photograph anyway,
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we decided to publish all the Stills and Clips that we got.
Thank goodness Janet's new Canon was on hand.
Later it was joined by another bird not exactly given to
tolerating human activity a
GREAT SPOTTED WOODPECKER
Entry

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