Gulls, swans, and pondskaters


Golden chain tree

Often, in the past months, there was some problem with ModBlog.

I then blogged here, at my Blogsome blog.

However, today, it is the other way round.

So, I’ll now bring my blogs which I hade to make at ModBlog, here.

Yesterday, two mute swans flying together above the canal around the city centre.

They do not fly here often, as there are many obstacles in a city for big birds flying.

Today, a swan swimming there.

In the botanical gardens, plenty of tadpoles and pondskaters in the brook.

A lesser black-backed gull on a roof.

A herring gull near the water: trampling the soil, hoping that would send worms to the surface to eat.

Near the exit, the golden chain tree, planted here in 1601, flowering.

1 thought on “Gulls, swans, and pondskaters

  1. Pingback: New fish-eating insect species discovered in Thailand | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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