Monthly Archives: May 2015
Time has been limited again this week, with no repeat of last Fridays excitement. That said, the Tawny Owls were still performing. I also got to see a single Early Spider-orchid this spring after thinking I’d draw a blank, although only one plant was found. … Continue reading
As the weather warms up some of the headlands butterflies are becoming more apparent. I say “warm up” mindful of the fact it’s been one of the coolest springs I can remember! Small Copper. Green-veined White. Wall. Grizzled Skipper.
Bee-eater. Narrowly escaped becoming a technicolor brunch for one of the local Peregrines. Thoughts of finding a Bee-eater have not been far from my mind this spring. In fact, I’d mussed upon the possibility of bumping into one today. Not because it felt like … Continue reading
Weather today was fine with a slight easterly breeze. I’ve been very busy with work but have had time to squeeze in some birding, mostly first thing in the morning. A bit frustrating given the month. Tawny Owl. … and a … Continue reading