Up With The Owls.

Early morning walk with Hugo this morning was well worth getting up for. ❀️

Cow Parsley. Also called Queen Anne’s Lace.
Bunny ears. X
Bistort. Grew up calling this flower ‘ Sweaty Feet’.
Ragged Robin in unmown field.
Little owls. Youngsters maybe….
Little Owl. πŸ™‚
Life’s a hoot.
Yellow Flag Iris.
Nuthatch.
Woody path.
Nice to be out before it gets hot.:)
Goldfinch.

Thanks for dropping by. 😘

42 thoughts on “Up With The Owls.”

  1. Wow – haven’t seen a little owl in more than twenty years. I keep disturbing an owl, I think tawny, at Gait Barrows, but it’s always gone in an instant.

    1. It was amazing seeing them. Haven’t been out before 8am for a long time so maybe that helped! Saw lots of rabbits too. I once was picking up after Hugo under a tree and looked up and there was a Tawny looking down on me. πŸ˜…

      1. We hear Tawnies all through the winter and occasionally see them, but if there are Little Owls here, I haven’t seen them.

  2. A lovely early morning walk, love the owls and the rabbit – well worth going out early for πŸ™‚ I considered going out early myself this morning but had a late night last night so decided to wait until later – 12.35pm now and I’m just about to do a local one with Poppie πŸ™‚

      1. Saw the same Stonechat on the wall this morning, still kicking myself for not recognising it Monday.
        I know a little quarry up on Longridge Fell where Little Owls nest, must have a look in the next day or so. I realise I’ve missed so much of life and nature the last two months, it has all passed me by.

      2. Looking forward to you posting more walks. You find some good ones!
        Our plan for the wknd when my other half isn’t working is a circular walk from Mereclough near Burnley.

    1. Thank you. It’s easier walking now ( especially with a dog) that you can go out more than once a day. Lots more wildlife out early doors for sure. πŸ™‚

  3. A lovely early morning walk & such a lot to see & capture on camera. Of course the owl would have to be my favourite. Don’t worry Hugo, you are still up at the top too! I’ve a thing about birds of prey, but we’ve not seen owls here in Victoria, but when we lived in N.S.W. we had an owl occasionally & a tawny frogmouth for a time & it was so exciting. Your wild flowers must be amazing this year. Thanks for sharing, take care, stay safe & huggles.

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