British Wildlife 23.4 April 2012

Through a naturalist’s eyes

"We have had only one good day's soaking of rain in the last few weeks but that day was sufficient for an observant friend, Ian Jackson, to comment that he had spotted what appeared to be a Woodpigeon in distress. It was twisted on its side with one wing raised and flapping. Then it lowered that wing and raised the other."

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