Clinging on doggedly to the old adage
"It's An Ill Wind That Blow Nobody Any Good"
and as sub-zero temperatures hold on even more tighly we don't detract from our mission!
the dew-soaked hedge creeps a crawly caterpillar,
when the dawn begins to crack.
It's all part of my autumn almanac!
blows leaves of a musty-coloured yellow,
so I sweep them in my sack
Yes, yes, yes, it's my autumn almanac!
Followed by another conundrum as we have never recorded Rabbit in the garden where did this come from?
and before you cry "Oh no not another
this one, although it dosn't look it and with no size comparison, seemed to be just
⅔ the size of what is usual, which took us back to Radipole Lake, Weymouth in 2004 when this
It was time for the Ill Wind to play its part as arriving at 18-Acre the horse paddocks beyond were found to be littered with birds representing 3 species. Most numerous had to be
The trip up north was worth it if only for the
along the Sewerage Works fenceline while the Heath / Airport would have remained static
had it not been for c2 illusive Stonechat.
Back to Base and as ever the pond-side