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

Sunday, 16 September 2018

A Breath Of Life.

Sounds a little dramatic, but wasn't meant to, rather than meaning to give a breath of life to Birds2blog whilst I get back some sort of normality again, and just to thank everyone who passed on to to me their good wishes via e-mail, phone, and card, I really appreciate them all, and had no idea I had such a strong healthy following. 


 

It was also good to see Brian Rafferty back in business following a spell in hospital. Brian's Long-eared Owl is featured in my header image, and is one of two birds he saw on the the trip. The bird in the header being a juvenile, the other above an adult bird.

Pallid Harrier.  


Pallid Harrier Jan Larsson 

Pallid Harrier at Cockersand....as write. 

4 comments:

Richard Pegler said...

Great to see you back in Bloggerland, Pete, and I hope you are recovering well. With my very best wishes - take good care - - - Richard

Brian Rafferty said...

Pete.Good to see you are returning to normality .You will be looking forward to doing the rounds again.Hope it is sooner rather than later for you.Thanks for showcasing the LEO's.They really are special birds.

Take care

Paul Foster said...

Great to hear that you are on the mend Peter!Take care ..best wishes paul!!

Lancashire and Lakeland Outback Adventure Wildlife Safaris said...

Good to have you back! Hoping your recovery is going well

Cheers

Dave