Thursday, 3 May 2012

Welcome Olympic Canoeists!

What a horrible night. I was up at midnight because of the rumbling of the Thunder, and I must admit, I was a bit scared.

Getting the snorkel and Masks out of the cupboard to avoid the big puddles on the way to my Bus Stop this morning, a resident pair of Linnets have been enjoying the small, over grown field we have opposite the bus shelter.

Moving towards school on the coach, a Grey Wagtail flew up from an over-flowed stream, and on to a roof top. A few  Swallows are still showing, but I'm sure the numbers will increase.

For you "Twitchers" out there, on the 2nd of May, you may have noticed that a Male Pied Flycatcher was close to the reserve center, along with the commoner birds.

An update from Blue Tit Cam back at home, and we now have a big total of 10 eggs in our box, and "Mamma" Blue Tit is spending most of the time incubating. Hope the weather improves and speak to you soon.


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