June 3rd   Leave a comment

There seems to have been a lot of road kill on the way to St Andrews from Crail this week. Lots of young rooks fledging from the rookery directly above the road at Brownhills – their first flight must have been very brief – a roe deer at Cambo on Friday and worst, a buzzard at Boarhills on Wednesday. Such casualties are inevitable with all of us dashing about but always a shame.

The crops are growing up and the leaves are all out on the trees; as this happens it gets harder to see things. I haven’t seen any hares for a couple of weeks, for example, but they must still be there. I doubt there has been some great hare migration.

An invisible hare

An invisible hare

Posted June 4, 2016 by wildcrail in Sightings

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