Saturday, 18 July 2009

Saturday Evening


It was very quiet tonight. After a day of quiet gusty winds everything was lovely and calm, if a little overcast.
Plenty to see though, three Roe deer were out and about, two males and a female, a couple of Foxes and a Badger. Lots of birds too, making use of the last hours of daylight now that the wind had dropped. No sign of the Kestrels or Peregrines up on the cliffs, but there were plenty of sea birds and it was good to see that the little Greater Blackbacked Gull chick is thriving.

1 comment:

Lynmiranda said...

Well done Julian, I hope you will enjoy creating your blog for many years. I will be looking forward to your postings:-)

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