A lockdown lifetime ago we went to Dartmoor for a walk. I say ‘a walk’, but it was more an amble from the car park and a toddle back to the car.
In the car park were agile Jackdaws, ready for any opportunity.
I didn’t get great views:
The sheep seemed a little hot in their winter pyjamas:
I love Dartmoor and it’s a great shame it’s been destroyed by humans:
A special thrill was to see a distant Mistle Thrush on a granite outcrop:
Then I spotted a Pied Wagtail.
What a smart bird.
I’m looking forward to getting back there.