9th May 2019 – Cornwall

Martin Tayler's bird blog & nature photos

It was a bright and breezy day in Cornwall. We spent most of the day on The Lizard Peninsula; firstly at Kynance Cove and then at Lizard Point (the most southerly point in England). There were lots of small birds around, the most common of which were stonechats.

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The spring flowers were quite amazing and more like we had seen in Portugal at this time of year than any where else in the UK.

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