Friday, 2 December 2016

A December Visit to Clumber Park

December is the beginning of meteorological winter but to be honest it feels like winter started a few weeks ago. Thursday though wasn't a bad start to December and compared to recently it was milder. The average  monthly temperature for this November ranked sixth coldest out of the seven Novembers I've records for.
We had a visit to the National Trust's property Clumber Park on Thursday to have a walk around the lake and see what wildlife we could spot.
We even had a little bit of afternoon sunshine as we walked along the edge of the lake watching the ducks and geese making the most of the sunshine just like us.
Sue remembered to take some seed and peanuts and as we walked back to the visitor centre through the trees the birds and the squirrels were happy to take advantage of some extra food.
All I've to do now is sort out the best images out of a few hundred taken.


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