The Safari is playing around with the new puter so bear with us a while. Recent Base Camp highlights include a crackin Redwing in Wifey's Bird Cherry tree and a male Blackcap which was travelling with a lone Long Tailed Tit. Yesterday a flock of around 200+ Jackdaws went over. Two Peregrines are still lurking round the tower but our ringed Robin seems to have moved on being replaced by another unringed one which is much more adept at hanging from the suet feeder. Talking of which a Magpie that can't quite reach it from a perch launches itself at it taking a beakful as it tries to regain control before crashing into the garage wall.
The warm sunshine yesterday arvo had the Red Admiral out and avoiding the Sedum plant.
Enjoy some pics of a not so recent safari - can you guess where we've been?
|Silverback at Virunga NP|
|Lemur sp - forgotten which|
|Weaver finch sp|
|Fleeting glimpse of a Black Rhino|
|Elephants having a drink - Uganda|
|Clematis seedhead at Base Camp|