The only good to come from the heavy and persidtant rain of Friday night was that once again the Forecasters got it correct, to the very second, and the drama of the Sheet Lightning.
With some let-up before dawn and a glimps of sunshine, we were determined to get out and give it a go even if only in the name of our Loyal Followers, so here you go. Priority, given those conditions, were to the
on the Gravel Pit but scanning the nest sight for a full 10 minutes bore no fruit. About to leave there at the lee end of the pond sat the incubating bird havind been driven by the wind to a sheltered spot
Even if we had to fill the page with the most common of Wildlife this Post was coming your way but having captured maybe the most common 2 birds
it was thought heading 'off-piste' would be far more rewarding?
and on the day day the most foggy - a "Misty Mountain Hop" - Led Zeppelin.
Not unusual to find at first the
along with even more free-ranging
before encountering these 2 charming young ladies who had no worries of allowing
takes us to my favourite spot across the park at
ranged from almost there
before drifting into view just a single
and a final appearance of a juvenile
On the way back the
were posing as we passed by a few properties
Hope this little wander has pleased - tell yer pals please.