who later metamorphosed into the sensational
Well, there cannot be many better ways to kick off the day than finding an E-Mail from your 4 Grandchildren in Phnom Penn, Cambodia along with this image of a
which having not seen one there myself rushed to Google to check out thier
Thanks Lizzy, Benny (the finder), Alex and Fred and well done!
At just +1°C and a matching ground frost there was little to recover from the
with ‘Best in Show' being another
It is not unusual to find a 'mischief' of
in the Solar Panel Compound
but today there was something of an added attraction for them as finding the first
which we readily report to the Shepherdess but would rather it be left as an attractant for maybe a
which we haven't recorded so far this year, or maybe something better.
Our next find, or more accurately the next Bird to find us, is something of a 'rarity' here a fly-over
which despite being only a short distance from
where they are plentiful, there have only ever been c4 records over our 8 year residence, but also
ALBINO / LEUCISTIC
individual found at Church Norton, Hants as far back as 23/08/2011.
A rather nice day for the small herd of c3
while the neighbours
Nearing the end another male
was found looking serene on the
while in the fresh breeze the
looked to good to ignor!