Wednesday, 27 August 2008

Wednesday 27th.August 2008

No sign of the Roe deer at the harvested Barley field this morning , so the job of digging in and hanging a pair of 12 ft. five bar wooden field gates kept us busy up till lunchtime . A family of Swallows feeding above was all that was heard . The afternoon was spent driving in the straining posts and intermediate posts for the new fence , which we will erect next week . Only thing of interest was the large number of wasps feeding on the sap , rising from the stump of a well past it's sell by date Alder , which was felled on the other side of the ditch yesterday , before we left . As there was nothing else , I am posting a few more shots from the Farne Islands .
Grey seals .
A lot of Guillemots .
Pair of Guillemots .
Pair of Lesser Black-backed Gulls .
Herring Gull .

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