Thursday, 8 March 2012

two corbies

The subsidiary summit of Arthur's Seat is called Crow Hill.  These corbies were playing on the updrafts at Salisbury Crags.  Juveniles flirting on the wing, in search of their crow for life.

There were lots of them, crows were not rooks in this case. An exception to the rule:
~ If it's a rook it's a crow; if it's crows it's rooks.


Alastair said...

happy memories of bivvying up there last summer!

straight from the den said...

One of my plans for this year.

Did you sleep at all tho?!