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Aberdeen Adventures Part Two: Forvie's A Jolly Good Fellow

Day two (Saturday 18th March) and we arrived at Forvie Sands Nature Reserve, kindly arranged by Mrs Sausages’ two PhD supervisors as a long overdue get-together. 850 more words

A Host of Golden Daffodils!

Sunday, 15th March 2015 (Day 7, week 10)

Hello everyone

More colour today!  There were daffodils everywhere – on top of walls, in gardens, in hedgerows, on the road side and in fields.   945 more words

The waders are a-comin' in!

On Frampton Marsh today … dunlin, redshank and ruff.

And, for good measure, a gorgeous brown hare.


Almost......knot quite

Sitting out by the estuary enjoying a chip butty in the winter sunshine (as you do) brought closer the air of imminent seasonal change (as it does).  326 more words


Hayle Estuary, The Towans and Phillack

Dear readers

Something strange is happening in my world.

Last night as I sat studying an OS map and contemplating tea and cake in M&S while waiting for the car to be serviced today, some words suddenly popped out of my mouth: 566 more words


So I haven’t done much seening of birds lately. This is for several reasons. The reasons are these reasons:

1. Because you all love me I have been making seening at birds too popular and so lots of people have been seening birds and it is becoming too much fun and it is being ruined. 175 more words


A couple of shots taken during a recent visit to Titchwell RSPB reserve. 2 shots containing Curlew birds, one of which also has a couple of Redshank in the background. 39 more words