Old Moor was a quieter place than usual today. But thankfully, there were enough like-minded and determined souls in the Dearne Valley to provide a sightings update.
Here’s the summary…
As you can see, not a huge amount of change today, though a pintail on the Wader Scrape is always a welcome sight. Also welcome at any time is the distinctive outline of a red kite sailing across the valley. Is it me, or do kite sightings seem to be increasing these days?
Sadly, for tonight at least, I have no more.
Until next time.
There does seem to be an increase in kites floating about I think. I love their twisting gliding flight.
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