Off to see Adrian soon; he's stopped off at a campsite not too far from where I'm staying. A shame it's raining at the moment though.
Just two more from my visit to Talacre the other day.
As the tide comes in, this saltmarsh will be covered by waders; and eventually the sea.
One of the sand dunes along this stretch of coast.
Moving on, I had a great day with some friends from Twitter and Blogland. Heather, Mike, and Shaun. A morning at Burton Mere, and then three of us went on to Hoylake, to watch the waders come in on the high tide.
A group of twitchers, that got larger once the news got out about the Semipalmated Sandpiper on the beach, and then a juvenile Caspian Gull.
A great day in great company.
Here's a Curlew flying in at RSPB Conwy
and a pair of Common Darter, ensuring the future of their species.
Amazing how she lays the eggs like that.
I'll end on a couple of spectacular insects.
First, a beetle.
A Sexton Beetle. They feed on dead animals; the cleaners of nature.
And finally, this beauty of a moth, with a great name.
Merveille du Jour
Enjoy the rest of your week.