Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Four Seasons (before lunch)

I bet when Vivaldi wrote 'Four Seasons' he didn't expect to get them before lunch in May.
Anyway managed to get out a couple of times looking for an expected fall of rarities which never transpired in the North-east, following the Bluethroat's marvellous showing in the rain!
But anyway if everything in life was predictable then wouldn't it be boring?
Nothing exciting about except our Cowpen Bewley Nightingale (which doesn't want me to get even a record shot of it) and the Spoonbill at Saltholme which remains too distant to photograph.
So I've put some of our more common bird's on the Blog.

Golden Plover
Sedge Warbler
Little Tern

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