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Im not sure if Bob ever told the story about why he named this blog ‘the 108ft blog’ but to mark the occasion of my 108th post on these pages I thought I should do something to mark the occasion and what better than to answer all those questions of why these pages have such a cryptic name…. 404 more words
Whooper swans taking shelter on cold windy day near Lamlash Bay, Isle of Arran, Scotland.
Feeding in the sea despite quite a swell. via Tumblr http://bit.ly/1RyOSTT
With most having long departed for Africa, there are probably fewer than ten Garganeys left in the UK at present. I first found this one at Ravensthorpe Reservoir on 20th September and, though not reported for a couple of weeks in late September/early October, it has a poorly marked face pattern and is readily identifiable as the same individual. 215 more words