Drawings, sketches and paintings of wildlife encountered on travels locally and further afield.
Friday, 10 August 2012
Langar Wildflower Farm. In a ploughed field next to the nurseries a large flock of Swallows and House martins had congregated. Apart from alighting on the ground, the only suitable perch seemed to be a small Rowan tree growing next to the field in which the Martins and Swallows would gather, sometimes hanging off the branches and bunches of ripening berries. They spooked easily, rising in a big flock before returning to their favoured perches. Also running along the edge of the field were Yellow Wagtails.