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Glynelwyn - Photos

Spring 2012

       

Coloured Ryeland ewe and lambs

 

More Spring colour

 

       

 

      

 

             

Spring crocuses

 

.... and weather good enough to start some muckspreading!

 

             

Anglo-Nubian goat kids born today

 

Another new born Anglo-Nubian goat kid

 

Ryeland twin lambs

 

Sunshine and Showers

 

      

 

      

Greyface Dartmoor lambs enjoying the sun

 

             

Coloured Ryeland lambs taking it easy after all their leaping around playing 'chase'!

 

Can't resist the Spring bulbs

 

             

Looks like a Nuthatch is going to take over from the Bluetits in this box

 

Daffodils flourishing everywhere

 

      

... this coloured Ryeland lamb comes running

 

             

.... to get it's top up

 

      

... they're the best of pals!

 

Daffodils at dusk

 

Greyface Dartmoor rams

 

      

Berkshire litter born today

 

             

Snow on top of Preseli Hills!! .......  followed by sunset .......   and then sunshine appearing

 

      

Our last of this year - a Zwartble X lamb

 

Lambs sheltering from the rain

 

Primroses in the lane

 

 

             

Berkshire litter 10 days old

 

      

 

             

Two favourite lambs!

 

      

Checking up on some of the sheep

 

      

Here is a young Welsh Mountain sheep

 

      

Zwartble X with white lamb

 

Zwartble X with black lamb

 

             

 

      

Another batch of ewes and lambs transported to new grazing

 

             

Our latest Anglo-Nubian goat kids born today

 

this one 3 days later

 

      

Day old Sasso meat birds arrive

 

      

Not a Cuckoo in the nest, but a Duck!

 

All dashing about for food and water!

 

             

 

      

Swallows back again this year

 

      

Birds nesting everywhere ....   you can just see this chaffinch's eyes in this one

 

Plum blossom

 

      

 

More photos down the lane late May

 

             

 

      

Pink, mauve and white flowers predominate the hedgrerows at the moment

 

             

 

             

.. and even the bracken puts on a show

 

             

 

      

 

      

The first foxgloves flowering