Location: Roseland Peninsula
Species: Cornish Chough, Peacock and a lot more...
Photo Credit: Rowena Castillo
Video Credit: Rob Nicholls
What better way to celebrate the "Spring Equinox" than Chough Watching! Every year, on spring time, me and Rob do the Chough Watch as it is the breeding season. We always have a great time Chough Watching on the Roseland Peninsula to the North Cornwall Coast.
Me and Rob have been Chough Watching since I moved to Cornwall in 2009 but 5 years officially. A few days ago we even received "The Swift Long Service Award" and a gorgeous Swift pin badge in recognition of 5 years' volunteering with the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) at the RSPB's Pre-Season get together in Botallack Count House. Sooo happy!
March Equinox in Truro, England, United Kingdom is today, Tuesday, 20 March 2018, 16:15 GMT. Equal Day and Night, nearly.
The March equinox marks the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator – the imaginary line in the sky above the Earth’s equator – from south to north. This happens on March 19, 20, or 21 every year.
There are two equinoxes every year – in March and September – when the Sun shines directly on the equator and the length of night and day are nearly equal.
Location: Pendower-Carne Beach
Brilliant walk on the Roseland Peninsula to celebrate the Spring Equinox with Rob and Simon.
Location: The Quaterdeck, The Nare Hotel
What a gorgeous day, sunny with a slight breeze. After that lovely walk, we need to recharge. We had a scrumptious high tea at "The Quaterdeck in The Nare Hotel" while enjoying the spectacular view of Gerrans Bay.