...and the birds are still out there in all this weather - poor little beggars!
Hi John,I know, poor things and they are trying to start families as well!J
O' for some nice dry weather John.Not seen a SEO for a few years now. Use to see them around Newborough.
Hi Roy,Yes, I have had enough of this wet stuff now!I did see an SEO along Speechley Drove earlier in the year, but only the once.J
Yes the weather is really fOWL at present. It seems that you are having to live on memories for a while John. Click here for Bazza’s Blog ‘To Discover Ice’
Hi Bazza,Very FOWL, good weather for ducks, as they say. Hopefully the sun will come out at some point!J
Lovely shot John, posing perfectly there.
Hi Keith,Thank you, yes, it did pose beautifully for me.J
It sounds as if the whole of England (and Wales) is under siege with rain! Your short-eared owl is welcome reminder of the delights that await when it stops.
Hi Susan,Thank you. Yes, in the month of April we have had 165% more rain than normal, but we are still in drought!J
How lovely and how I wish I could photograph an owl!!This weather is beyond a joke now. The winds have brought my lovely old Lilac tree down :-(
Hi Jan,Thank you, I have been lucky in seeing this owl a few times now.I am sorry to hear about your lilac tree, a lovely thing to have been destroyed by this awful weather!J
Lucky you, for sighting a SEO! What a beautiful bird!!
Hi Tammy,I am lucky, but there have been a few this year in my area, hopefully good numbers will return next winter.J
Great shot, owl sightings are quite rare here.
Hi Gillian,Thank you. I have been fairly lucky with owl sightings this year, seen all 4 main breeding ones in this country.J
Dear John, owls are so lovely birds - I like their big eyes and the way they toss slowly their head. And I like Owl's "wisdom" in Winnie-The-Pooh :-)
Hi Britta,you feel like their eyes are `piercing` you when they fix you with their stare, I dread to think how a vole or mouse feels!J
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