10 years of Birding Dad 2008-2018. The exploits of a Yorkshire Nature Geek
Tuesday, 9 December 2008
Despite under the cloud of man-flu, I dragged myself out in the afternoon sunshine to see if some fresh air would lift my spirits. Willow certainly seemed pleased to be out. The Great Northern Diver was showing well off the dam, catching several small fish.
The Red-necked Grebe was busily feeding near the south end of the dam and even the female Scaup was active. The Water Pipit was not in it's usual spot on the south end of the dam; it was here yesterday afternoon.
So, a breath of fresh air and apart from a coughing fit when I got back in the warmth of the house, I feel a bit better!