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Late Insects.

Uncategorised Posted on Thu, October 14, 2021 16:02:45
Even with the weather getting cooler there are still a few Damselflies around the Loch.
A sunny period yesterday brought out a Red Admiral butterfly in the garden!


Autumn indicators.

Uncategorised Posted on Tue, October 12, 2021 19:31:21
The earlier than usual arrival of Whooper Swans from the ‘north’.
Some twenty plus Whooper Swans arrived yesterday and although a few might stay, most will travel on south after a rest.



Out of the water for a stroll!

Uncategorised Posted on Sat, September 25, 2021 16:27:45
A Great Diving Beetle (just over an inch in length and normally aquatic) slowly making it’s way along the boathouse track.


The Boss

Uncategorised Posted on Sun, September 19, 2021 19:03:27
Not a welcoming sight if you are a visiting swan! The male Mute Swan (the Cob) controls which other swans are welcome!



The Swan Family – Contre-jour.

Uncategorised Posted on Sat, September 11, 2021 15:34:31
Mum and the seven cygnets – unfortunately Dad was too far behind to make the photograph!



The Fledgelings.

Uncategorised Posted on Sun, August 29, 2021 16:24:21
This years Swallow fledgelings explore their new surroundings …
..and then return to flying lessons!


The Sparrowhawk

Uncategorised Posted on Mon, August 16, 2021 19:43:40
Having missed its quarry……….
..the Sparrowhawk returned to its roadside observation post.


Curious Roe Deer

Uncategorised Posted on Wed, July 28, 2021 20:26:44
Like many wild creatures when disturbed, this Roe Deer Hind ran then stopped and turned back for a look.



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