Tuesday, 6 February 2018
MORE WINTER RAMBLINGS AND SOME DODGY PICS
A walk along the Admiralty pier at Dover Harbour last week.
SHAG FLYING BY
YOUNG KITTIWAKE-there were lots of adults too but this juvenile was eye catching.
RAZORBILLS-there were a couple in the western entrance then a few more flew in.
COMMON SEAL-not uncommon in the harbour this one came across looking for a free meal.
GANNETS PURSUED BY A RAZORBILL
DOVER LIFEBOAT RETURNING TO BASE
MEDITERRANEAN GULL PASSING
THE SEAL MADE A SECOND PASS
CURLEW FLYING BY
MED GULL IN THE HARBOUR
SIGNS OF SPRING EARLY PURPLE ORCHID POKING THROUGH OLD PARK HILL.
1000S OF CORMORANTS HAVE BEEN COMMUTING BACK AND FORTH THIS WINTER AROUND THE KENT COAST.
I`VE GOT AN ITCH
THAT JUST HAS TO BE SCRATCHED
OOH NEARLY GOT IT
AH THATS BETTER
RAVENS ARE BACK PROSPECTING THE NEST SITE AT SAMPHIRE HOE
AS ARE THE FULMARS
NUTHATCH HIGH UP IN BLEAN WOODS.
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