Tuesday, 21 July 2009

After visiting Dilston Castle and Abbey in Northumberland we walked down the long carriageway(now being excavated by the archeaologist) to Lords Bridge and Devils Water.The Heritage Trust have built a bird hide,not the best design,overlooking the river and there were two empty broken feeders sadly hanging on a sad looking sapling.Needless to say very little bird activity although we were amazed to see a bat flying fast over the river skimming the surface now and again to feed.I have e-mailed bat conservation for advice on what kind this could have been.I have also become a friend of Historic Dilston and have taken some new feeders up and hope to help to improve the facility and encourage birds to feed. Hope by the winter it is a little busier with our help


Ken Browne. said...

Hi Sheila.
You have taken a lovely set of photo's. I especially like the one of the Lords Bridge over the Devils Water.I can just picture myself standing on that bridge watching the river flow by.

swatson said...

thanks Ken hoping to improve my photography in the near future.

karen said...

Lovely photos sheila, i, too, can pidture myself standing on that bridge! Lovely way to forget all your worries!! x