Birds,Butterflies and Blossoms.

Well it’s been a bit of a scorcher today folks.One of those rare bank holidays where the sun shines and all you want to do is visit the seaside ( I am well over due a seaside fix!). Before It got to warm this morning I took our aged labrador round the park and met up with lots of other doggies and their owners.Then I took myself off to the river side.Not quite the seaside but a lovely walk nonetheless. Here is some of the wildlife I found out and about early this morning.

Pretty blossom.
Pretty blossom.

Grey squirrel tucking into his breakfast.
Grey squirrel tucking into his breakfast.

Vivid blue Forget Me Nots.
Vivid blue Forget Me Nots.

Quackers.
Quackers.

Mayflowers.
Mayflowers.
Heron.:)
Heron.:)

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wood anenomes.
wood anenomes.

A kingfisher surveys his kingdom.
A kingfisher surveys his kingdom.

Cowslip
Cowslip

Peacock Butterfly.
Peacock Butterfly.

The Riverside.
The Riverside.
A face in a tree.Boo!
A face in a tree.Boo!

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The area I walked was The Brungerly Sculpture Trail and the Cross Hill Quarry Nature Reserve By the river Ribble in my hometown of Clitheroe. Hope you enjoyed the sunshine today. πŸ™‚

This post is post six in the Blog Every Day in May challenge over on ROSALILIUM