Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Charlecote Park NT

Sunday took us down to Charelcote Park one of our favourite National Trust sites.

Again not really a birding visit but you never know what you might see. During the summer months the NT open up all of the estate so we took the opportunity to explore the far side along the river.

There was a distinct lack of birds about, but plenty of Roe Deer and Jacobs Sheep:

The Ladies

The Lads

A few Canada Geese on the river:
We did see a Buzzard later on, but not much else, even the pool was devoid of life, just a solitary Moorhen in amongst the pond weed. But a very enjoyable walk non the less.

The Buzzard, for the record!

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