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Stonechats, a lizard, buzzards and a big bracket fungus.

Pam and Jackie caught the bus to St Mawes whilst the rest of us walked south along the coastal path, seeing stonechats (Jerry told us that) and a lizard on the way to Porthbeor Beach (closed due to landslip). 178 more words

My Travels

Buzzards - Windsor

Not been out a huge amount recently so here’s a pic from a few weeks ago of 3 buzzards circling over Windsor Great Park

Wildlife

Waiting for something to expire

there were two of them just sitting
waiting for something to expire
I waved my patience at them
but they had something meatier in mind… 44 more words

Poetry

Old Buzzards in Congress

Have Got to Go!

It is becoming quite obvious that all these old buzzards are losing their abilities, sensibilities, responsibilities, and some are showing serious signs of mental breakdown, or senility and dementia. 977 more words

Vultures, the clean-up crew

We see them soaring, searching, riding the thermals looking for lunch. Unlike raptors that hunt live prey, vultures are the clean-up crew, searching for fresh kill. 826 more words

Natural History

“Chicks, Chips and Comforts”

Date of writing : 28/08/2014

The collared doves have hatched, and are growing spectacularly fast. There are at least two chicks I can see, but it’s possible there are more. 1,450 more words

Raptors and wrens

Seen today on a walk from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path;
choughs, carrion crows, ravens, buzzards, a wren, peregrine falcon, sparrow hawks, kestrel and multitudes of gulls. 11 more words

Nature