MAY BIRD BLOG: Locked down in Looe, with a Dunlin, some Terns and a Colony of Fulmars

For at least six weeks now, during lockdown, my day has started in much the same way. 7.00 am: a cup of tea at the kitchen window. I listen to the male Blackbird that is broadcasting his gorgeous leisurely song from a roof somewhere in the vicinity. Blackbird, the herald of the morn I
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