There was but a single species of Bird today worthy of any attention at all as yet another gloomy, windy and wet day set in! From our records we found that the last and ‘only’
was recorded on 13th February 2014, the first year we landed here.
The bird on the day, appeared as little more than a blurred dot and considered in company with a second as it/they flew at altitude above Slight Return II.
So poor was the rest of the day, in all directions, that it was decided to concentrate on photographing our patch as an introduction to the 'hundreds' of new readers and maybe a memory jerk for those a little more long-standing. It is of 2 halves, seperated by the B3073, and centred on
of late Georgian construction and a much later farmhouse,
Southern Sector were at the westerly extremes are a number of arable fields given over mostly these days to the production of Indian Maze as animal feed. The largest and most westerly of these is
reliable during the winter months for Snipe, Jack Snipe and Lapwing with the latter breading annualy there. Working east are the
As an aside, 2 years ago the tiny
Among much continuous activity in the Farm Yard there is also a