Tuesday, 16 December 2014


Out and about again this morning, we decided to brave the threatening skies and struck out for Straw's Bridge and to see if the footpath through Pewit Carr had dried up a bit.  Thankfully, it had, so we soon found ourselves walking around Swan Lake to the accompaniment of a hoard of squabbling gulls.
As always, it only takes the appearance of a bread bag, for the Black-headed Gulls to accumulate in large numbers and to attempt to dominate the scene.
The battling had begun.  Even the couple of Mute Swans seemed to be intimidated and a little bemused by all the squawking and fighting going on around them.  It was all very exciting.
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