BIRDING THE LUNE ESTUARY, THE FOREST OF BOWLAND AND BEYOND.

Wednesday, 24 December 2008

Thanks and Merry Christmas.

If you've been taking a look at the blog since I started it up recently I'd like to thank you and hope you found at least a little something of interest on it and didn't find anything 'grandiose' or scientifically inaccurate as I'm not guilty of either. Please continue to follow it up and let me have your comments if you feel that way inclined as I'd love to see them positive or negative.

The pic is about as near to a Christmas one as is possible within my picture library and was taken many years ago in the Coniston area of the lakes where I spent many of my days off work in a previous life before 'birding' took me over - and 'dumped' photography - which I wish it had have done fifty years ago instead of only a mere thirty.

Thanks again and......MERRY CHRISTMAS.


Pete Wooduff.
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2 comments:

Colin Bushell said...

Hi Peter,
And a Merry Xmas to you too!

The beauty of blogs is that they are different and whether they are travelogs, means of recording scientific data or merely birding diaries with a little frivolity (like mine!) they are all worthwhile. I look forward to reading more about your local sightings and related historic Lancs records in 2009.

Happy New Year!
Colin

Pete Woodruff said...

Thanks for comments again Colin. Going to take a closer look at your blogspot (and others) soon.

Happy New Year and Good Birding here and - in your case - around the world.