Tuesday, 31 March 2015

A Very Busy Feeding Station on a Day of Gales

The weather forecast today was very inauspicious to say the least.  I had to be up at the crack of dawn to take Heather to the station to catch the 5 o'clock train to Manchester Airport; she was flying out to Lisbon to spend a few days with our daughter Beth.  Already it was blowing a gale and during the night we were to lose a fence panel. Thomas was still at home but he left for a very windy drive back to the Lake District at 12.00.  Left to my own devices I decided to have a ride out to see what was about in the Wolds and finding nobody at a friend's feeding station decided to pinch a session.  Although the activity was very hectic, I didn't stay long as the trees above were groaning and creaking in a very alarming fashion.

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Coal Tit
Long Tailed Tit
Tree Creeper
Tree Creeper
 The following images are of the Wolds around Wold Newton on quite a dramatic day of gales and storms.

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