With a battalion of Lookouts stationed on both port and starboard bridge wings, crow’s nest and even a Lifebuoy Ghost, stationed at the stern of the vessel in the eventuality of a ‘man / woman going overboard’, our ploy finally paid off yesterday! A text from the landowner at 16:52 simply stated, “watching
on River Stour from lounge window".
(PS - it didn't hang about for a photo either hence archive)
Otherwise, there was little or rather no action at the Moth Traps unless you include me struggling into my Chief Engineer's overalls to top up the Oil reservour in the generator which has been coughing, spluttering and even stalling in recent days - seems to be OK but fingers still crossed! Again with not a sniff of a migrant at least the
seem to be incubating while finding the first showings of both
at the pondside while it would seem the male Coot at the Irrigation Pond has abandoned ship and Little Grebe numbers reduced to one as prospective breeding
appear to have taken over
Deathly on the Heath where the
start to show just a hint of green,
continue the vocals with these mysterious and unidentified
are popping up all over the place and theRare Breeds Cattle
OLD ENGLISH WHITE
turned up just in time to underpin this wilting post!
International Space Station.