Thursday, 17 October 2013

Caw! It's a Crow.

Not much to get excited about today with just enough time found for a flying visit (excuse the pun) to Shellingford Quarry where several Dragonflies were airborne . Just some twelve Teal and a couple of Moorhens were on the water. The newly cultivated land to the east of the quarry held a flock of mixed finches, and Fieldfares were heard but not seen, also on the arable ground was a Carrion Crow who unusually for these very wary creatures gave me time to get a distant photo before playing safe by taking to the air and putting distance between us.
                                          Carrion Crow
                                          Male Migrant Hawker
                                          Moss thriving in the hedgerow
November Moth

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