Ponies grazing on Bodmin Moors, the famous rock formation “The Cheesewring” can be spotted in the backgound.
…A kestrel hovers, Fistral beach Newquay.
During all this wet weather we’ve been having this lamb found itself a nice dry patch to have a nap, fast asleep about six thirty this morning on a rock on Bodmin Moor, wonder if it counted humans before nodding off…
This pair of native Choughs successfully bred and fled four young in 2007- West Cornwall, they must be quite a large family, by now! The Chough (Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax) is a member of the crow family with a red beak and legs, and an excitable, high-pitched ‘chi-ow’ call from which it gets its name. It is […]
On the road to the cove. A view towards the harbour village of Porthleven. A Kestrel can be spotted hovering above the cliffs near Gunwalloe.
A hungry lesser spotted woodpecker, feeding at the FTI headquarters Predannack
A very rare sighting these days, this blackcap was photographed over Cambron way by Suzie of Cornish Heritage