Sunday, 13 March 2016

Watch the wave, not the Oyster

At the very tip of Peveril Point, on a ripple of rock formed when the continents of Africa and Europe collided sat an Oyster Catcher: a fabulous bird dressed in striking black and white with an orange painted bill and an eye as red as red can be. Now any fisherman who knows his salt will tell you how important it is to be aware of the sea and to know just how far away the next big wave is, this Oyster Catcher however was not that careful.





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