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Swanning around the countryside...

Dodging the intermittent rain yesterday, Audrey and I took a walk along the Tarka Trail cycle path to our favourite wildfowl lake, where we were pleased to see the pair of swans who are resident there, chaperoning seven inquisitive grey cygnets. 23 more words

Photography

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Sunday's lake side stroll, captured for Photo Sans Frontiers...

Swanning around the countryside...

Dodging the intermittent rain yesterday, Audrey and I took a walk along the Tarka Trail cycle path to our favourite wildfowl lake, where we were pleased to see the pair of swans who are resident there, chaperoning seven inquisitive grey cygnets. 23 more words

Photography

RSPB Minsmere

This was only a quick trip to Minsmere this weekend to go round the scrape area primarily to see the Western Swamphen.

At north bushes I saw a fleeting glimpse of a Common¬†Whitethroat… 275 more words

Birds

The use of lead shot and sinks is a global phenomenon. Only the past decades has

increased our understanding of the negative effects that toxic lead shot inflicts on ecosystems. 1,478 more words

Conservation

Cor, luv a duck

We went on a different walk this evening Рto a local quarry with unusual scents and animals.  There were some brown hoppy things which turned and darted off when they saw me, just leaving a flash of white tail.  50 more words

Life

Duck in Swingate.

It seems only right to break the dormancy of this blog to bring you reports of a mallards malaise.

This bird seems to conducting be a one-duck sit-in. 18 more words

Stevenage

Last 48 Hours

We are now counting down the last 48 hours of our auction.

You still have time to bid so make sure you don’t miss out. 49 more words