Wednesday, 4 May 2016

New Life in the Park

Hello

Here we are at the park again! Doesn't time fly!!







Trust that Canadian goose to bob down just when I took the photo!




Did you see the goslings? Aren't they cute!

The swan is still sitting on her nest in the front lake but the swans in the back lake were not around. Mystery!

Great to see the cowslips and buttercups and trees in the sunlight.

Now, what is that black bird on the post? It's a cormorant. In a lake, miles from the sea. All on its own.  Can that be right?

Yet more bluebells of course, I've never seen them so good.

Bye for now.

8 comments:

  1. A lot of the wild flowers seem very prolific this year, particularly cowslips, primroses and bluebells. Is it due to all the rain this year I wonder?

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    1. You can't move for bluebells can you, they're never usually so good. x

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  2. Alwasy enjoy a visit to the park with you. Love the cormorant drying his (or her) wings in the sun:)

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    1. I was so surprised to see it there. Thanks Rosie :-)

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  3. Lovely to see things springing into life!

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  4. You might have said 'oh no' when the Canadian Goose bobbed down but the unknown random on the post is putting on a lovely display of 'look at me'!! Lovely to see all the signs of spring, growth and new babies in the park :)
    Wren x

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    1. That's the cormorànt. I thought they were sea birds but it seems to have followed the seagulls and come inland. x

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