Rooks etc.

Arosfa, St Davids, lockdown escape with a Cathedral view. Days end sitting in the garden listening to the rooks. Their rising and falling call and response goes from bird to bird, tree to tree and wood to wood. They fall silent at 8.50 pm. Jackdaws fly noisily over to congregate on the Tabernacle before going to roost. The swifts continue swooping and circling in the late western twilight. Holiday reading: an 1880 edition of White’s Natural History of Selborne discovered on the shelf.

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