Wednesday, 30 April 2014

A few ups on the downs.

A walk along the springy turf of the Kingston Warren racehorse gallops was energy draining but a good pace was ensured by the omnipresence of a lightning storm that never quite caught up with me until I had made it to the comfort zone of my car parked on the Ridgeway.
Nothing too exciting to report , although several pairs of Corn Bunting, Meadow Pipits and Linnets were noted, and singing Whitethroats along the edges of Oilseed Rape crops seemingly to have been planted over many more acres than usual, perhaps due to the difficult weather situations that have faced our farmers this last year.  
The Oxon Feather.

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