|Juvenile Lapwing, Dava Moor|
|Todays mountain summit on the Dava Way|
|Male Adult Stonechat|
|Juries out on this one|
After our conquering the summit of the Dava we headed over to Lochindorb. Nice and quiet for a change. Nearby I have been visiting a field throughout the Spring/Summer to photograph a couple of pairs of Lapwing. Numbers in this small field aren't high and unfortunately they are on the Red List of endangered bird species. So sad as these beautiful birds were once a common sight throughout the UK. The usual man mad problems are the cause of the decline. Land changes and especially farming practices. For now it is lovely to watch them and this evening I spotted their couple of Juveniles poking about looking for snacklets of worms.
|Mm on guard|