I've been in Wales for the last couple of weeks, enjoying the delights here.
The downside is a poor internet connection, so not much time on the net.
The upside is, getting out more, and great scenery.
Sunrise in Gwynedd
There's plenty of these birds in the fields at the moment, enjoying the flies that the sheep crap attracts.
Half a dozen Pheasants have taken refuge in the garden, and escaped the morons with guns, that get a kick from slaughtering them.
There's also been a couple of these around;
A couple of days out to the north coast, when the sun shone, produced a bracelet wearer.
Oystercatcher, with what looks like ANU on the green ring.
Always lots of them along the coast, and these,
Dunlin, with a couple of Grey Plover
One morning we had a trip out to The British Ironworks, near Oswestry. They are going to have regular displays of birds of prey, and these are from the first day.
I think this was one of the Lanner falcons; but I could be wrong.
A brilliant day there, topped off with being able to briefly 'fly' one of these magnificent birds.
Me and Rick, the Harris Hawk
Back at the garden,
I started with a sunrise, so I'll end on a sunset
Enjoy the upcoming weekend.