This is the final post of our recent trip to Jersey (Channel Islands) and here are a few more views of the northern coast. [Please click any image in this post to enlarge].I couldn't resist including one of the many Herring Gulls that patrolled the cliffs during our various walks along the coastal pathways.
This fellow was not very co-operative but I managed a record shot of this Green Hairstreak.
This Mallard family was sighted during a gentle stroll to one of the reservoirs.
Most days we took a circular walk around the roads close to our hotel and one morning the 'kia..kia" call of a Common Buzzard prompted me to look up and catch this individual flying overhead.
This was the closest we got to seeing a Puffin.
A "Maid of the Meadows, a true Jersey cow.
A Magpie keeping the insect numbers down - something I don't recall seeing before.
Dammed shame I can't move very far!
This was the only cockeral that didn't wake us up in the mornings!
Foxgloves were abundant alongside the coastal paths. The lilies were a present to Anita from Charlie (a daffodil grower friend) who we visited and were brought home in a large box packed in one the cases together with some Jersey spuds.