Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Peregrine 1 - Starling 0

This morning's wander along the cliffs was quiet but none the worse for that. It was a walk of misses though with the Roe deer that slipped into the shadows of the woods, the Fox's tail that I assume was still attached to a Fox as it merged with the Gorse and even the back half of an Adder trailed from the Ivy leaving the important end out of sight. Luckily (for me not the Starling) a Peregrine was having breakfast as the Sun tried hard to shine and watching that is never a chore.
As for the rest of the walk, well the sea birds were out and about as usual with Guillemots, Razorbills and Fulmars joining the Jackdaws and a Raven or two.

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