Since our intrepid rider BB pulled this stunt he has gone missing. He has not been seem round the office for days. So if you see when your out and about on your travels tell him to get in touch to let use know he is OK. We miss having him around.
Just recently the BTO sent us information on the Barn owl that we had to visit. For starters he is a she, Jac felt he was a she at time.She was very gently with us except when she court my hand with her claw. It was only a light touch but cut my finger quit badly. The man from Weirfield Hospital said you need to be very carefull of their feet. That is why falconer ware gloves.
While on the subject of wild life, this year so far has been quite good for spotting rare birds, I say rare because I’m not a bird watcher looking to spot fowl. On several occasions whilst walking the fat controller (our border trolley) we have seen a white heron in the small stream between the houses. A first ever for me and the area. To add to that on two occasion in the same place we have seen a kingfisher’s sudden flash of blue as it disappears up the stream into the distance.
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