Haiku Challenge day 7

Eight Kielder fledglings,
to reach their winter refuge,
fly on doggedly.

A brief history of the Kielder osprey watch can be found here and three of this year’s ‘babies’ are tracked by satellite and  maps updated most days here.  Two of these magnificent birds were roosting in Portugal yesterday, and one has made it across the Gibralter strait to Morocco.

 

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One Response to Haiku Challenge day 7

  1. Misky says:

    We saw a formation of geese fly overhead this morning. Such a squawk!

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