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A very quick post to mark Day 8. I got up, had a run along the Foss listening to the sounds of birds singing and calling, in alarm, for territory, for food. It was beautiful. I recommend it! Advertisements
As it was a glorious evening, I decided to go have a couple of hours wandering round Wheldrake Ings. I hoped I might get lucky and spot a barn owl. We’ll see how that worked out later.
We’ve had a noisy garden invasion recently as the first set of starling chicks have tipped out into the garden. They give nobody, certainly not us or their parents, a moment’s peace as they are constantly crying for more food.
Yes, 30 Days Wild has come round again. June seems to have slightly snuck up on me, hence no build-up to it this year. But I’ll be aiming once again for daily posts right through the month.
I didn’t want it to happen but time, weather and other things have beaten me. So we end not with a bang, but with a whimper…
There’s an unfortunate sense of the month petering out at the moment with the weather minimising chances for anything special to close it out.
With the rain continuing to fall I was wondering what I could write about today. Surely not another wildfowl photo?
A very quick one today. Spotted a bunch of ducks sleeping by the lake. But the moment I stopped to look at them, they were up.
Day 26 is really a second part to Day 25, coming from the first ever Local Nature Reserve, established in 1952. Aberlady Bay.
Day 25 was a packed day. But we’ll start with Tantallon Castle and something great and white on the horizon…