At the risk of appearing like some old fart with early-onset dementia, I am back once again writing my BarrytheBirder blog. Bear with me folks, as I try to figure out exactly what I'm trying to do here. This time around, I am going to write this blog on a regular basis, but not on a fixed schedule. Sometimes, it might appear daily, or every two or three days, or maybe as infrequently as once a week. The fact is I love producing my birding blog but I can't seem to find the time to do it on a daily basis, as I did previously. But enough of the pathetic preamble and let's get right to it.
Red Kites over Britain
Photo by Ben Hall / Rex Features
A kettle of Red Kites circles over mid-Wales in this moody photograph by Ben Hall. The species has been saved from extinction, in Britain, by one of the world's longest-running protection programs. Red Kites can once again be seen throughout England, Scotland and Wales. And a grand sight they are with their distinctive and colourful markings, as seen below.
Photo by M.X.Danish
Photo by Mike Warburton
Long live the Red Kite
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