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Sunday, 10 January 2010


A slightly warmer day and the snow begins to ease away from the fields around Lower Treave. The waters of Mounts Bay form a grey horizon, the buildings of Chycandra are in the foreground and Lower Treave nestles amongst the trees in the centre of the picture.

A Lapwing (also known as a Peewit or Green Plover) shelters against one of the Park walls. It is probably digging for leatherjackets, snails and slugs in the softer ground.

A Redwing (one of the thrush family) also looks for sustenance. This one is lucky...we threw the remains of the christmas pudding on to this piece of grass!

The Lapwings move on to pastures new.

(Photos Paul and Norman)

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