Saturday, 2 June 2012

More slow worms

The Safari has received some Slow Sorm pics from our Extreme Photographer, but we'll start with some very serious birding being done on the first (and only sunny) day of our hols on the beautiful island of laughing at the milk bottle like skin... a Hobby had just shot through at parasol height. not sure why we've got a pair of legs poking out of the end of our bins though ;-)

Back in Lancashire it's not often you can see the stanchions from the old bridge
and this little creek is all that remains of the top end of the reservoir. It was full of small Brown Trout fry.
We didn't get any decent pics of the Slow Worms with their tongues out - looks like our Extreme Photographer managed it.
 Deffo worth the Nettle stings, thistle spines and Horse Fly bite.

 Yep - we were double pleased with the safari last weekend - that's one cheesy grin!

Where to next? A very wet and windy bioblitz looking at a variety of weather forecasts - see you there...but bring your wet weather gear.
In the meantime let us know what got you grinning like a Cheshire Cat in your outback.

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