And the sun at my back…


Don’t know much, but I do know that given where I’m going next, it’s gonna be quite awhile till I feel warmth on my back like that of today’s again.
Superb in the frontal dunes at Ainsdale, plenty of Grass of Parnassus, Common Centaury, Harebells and Evening Primrose still flowering (sorry Neill), with Speckled Wood, Red Admiral, Migrant Hawker and Common Darter on the wing at Sands Lake – as you’d expect on a day as warm as this.
At least 8 Reed Bunts moving into the area for winter (or are they just passing through?), Goldcrest, Robins trying (and failing) to deal with their anger management issues, and overhead Siskin, Mipit and Skylark moving.
Blue Tit, Great Tit and Chiffchaff in the scrub.
Two Greater ‘Peckers bounded south over the frontal dunes.
In the current weather conditions I’d like to have had a better view so I could have checked ’em for Northerns.
Cudda, wudda, shudda…