Saturday, October 21, 2006
Friday, October 13, 2006
Tuesday, October 10, 2006
This Common Seal from February 2005 shows the distinctive squashed convex nose as opposed to last months Grey seal with its concave "roman" nose. This animal was tagged and was probably the individual rescued 2 years earlier as a pup at the Dog in a Doublet sluice having mis -adventured up the Nene.
last months vagrant Grey Seal - how many other cambs records are there I wonder.
Posted by jonathan taylor at Tuesday, October 10, 2006
Thursday, October 05, 2006
These welsh mountain ponies are a feature of March Farmers, very hardy with distinctly small heads they are really good at eating coarser grass and nibbling at stuff other horses cringe at. Here on the cradge bank they are doing a good job getting it ready for the Wigeon. *(cradge or scradge is an old name for the inner wash bank that is maintained at a lower height than the outer bank to allow for a river in spate to overflow onto the washes.
Posted by jonathan taylor at Thursday, October 05, 2006