Wednesday, 20 October 2010
Downham-Worsaw Hill Walk
Saturday was a perfect autumn day with sunshine and blue skies, though clouded over in the late afternoon. Went for a short walk from Downham and round Worsaw Hill, which is a limestone Knoll and back again along the road. We had some lovely views from the hill and enjoyed the autumn colours and berries in the hedgerows. Watched a Buzzard hovering above the hill before being seeing it chased off by Jackdaws and saw a Heron in a field. Some fungi looked like it had made a good meal for a vole, with lots of teeth marks on its crown.
View from base of Worsaw Hill to Pendle.
Fields around the hill.
Doves looked stunning circling in the sun.
Buzzard circling above Worsaw Hill.
Bit too far away, but lovely chocolatey markings.
Buzzard briefly landed on hill, before mobbed by Jackdaws.