Monday, 3 October 2011

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After record hot weather at the end of September, it became markedly cooler yesterday. The fungus Boletus badius was evident in Bynea along with some Gower ponies who appeared to have crossed the river. Lots of lepidopteran larvae were evident on the cycle path and a strange thrush-sized bird with a white rump operated on the strand line (some kind of plover?).

2 comments:

Mark Barber said...

It may be a wheatear?

Mark Barber said...

I think it's a wheatear?

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