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Wildlife sightings 21 February 2014

Sightings from Maggie

Bass: Unfortunately a hoped for visit to the Bass didn’t materialise. The anticipation as you climb the pathway noting the ravishes of the storming winters, the landslides, the desolation, the silence, just waiting for the awaking of the season, an odd rock pipit flitting by. 436 more words

Naturelog: Wednesday 23rd April

The chance to pop into the London Wetland Centre for a couple of hours and what a couple of hours they turned out to be. … 337 more words

Natural History

Blue-winged Teal

Hello Peepsters  What a great morning it was.  Didn’t look too clever when I left the Towers after a night of torrential Aladinsane. I first dropped off Lovely Lotte and Maxie Boy at Deal Station so they could catch the fast quiche lorraine back to the smoke. 234 more words

36 Redshank

As its name suggests, redshanks’ most distinctive features are their bright orange-red legs. They have a medium-length bill with an orange base to match, brown speckled back and wings and paler belly. 8 more words


1st April

I was nearly an April fool today. It was a beautiful sunny day and I got the urge to go out somewhere in the afternoon. I almost didn’t choose Carsington but the good weather and light breeze made me think of Osprey…. 161 more words


What's that Gboy up to?

Yo Doods  Thank goodness the Sahara dust pollution is subsiding. I thought the pollution thingy was a bit drama queeny until I felt it in my John O’Groat last night. 370 more words