Thursday, 27 August 2009

Morning at Par.

I had a look around Par Beach Pool and shoreline this morning but have nothing unusual to report.
The Pool was teeming with the usual geese, gulls and wildfowl...these were being aided and abetted by a dozen Jackdaws and a pair of Pied Wagtails, practically all of them were at the poolside rather than on the water....waiting for the holidaymakers to feed them I reckon.
The shoreline and sea were pretty barren as the tide was in ...Rock Pipits, and Pied Wagtails were on the shore with a handful of Mute Swans and the odd Gull out at sea.
Still it gave me time to test the camera that I had returned yesterday.


  1. Hi Young man,it's great to see you and your camera reunited.
    Looks like the both of you are working well.
    Nice work,great results.

  2. Thanks John.
    Mixed results at the moment...a lot of holidaymakers around and only the resident birds to keep things ticking over. Things will start to change very shortly and Roger Lane tells me September is the best month at Par.


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