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Rescue a Bee

Wildlife Nature Challenge : 30 Days Wild - Save a Life.

There was a crow in the garden the other day; a fledgling crow, hiding in the corner. It was unnoticed until it moved a wing, hoping to tuck it out of sight but in fact catching attention from two cats who were following light and shade in the garden.

The crow stirred. The cats pounced. A sudden shout and they stopped in their tracks. The crow mustered the energy to take flight but it all happened so quickly, there was no photo.

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A Rescued bee

Today, a bee needed rescuing and as a photo was captured, it became this blog entry. The bee had fallen into a puddle of water. A little sugary syrup and some time in a light breeze and a sun spot renewed spirits and energy - and off it flew!

For the #30dayswild post in 2016, Nature Challenge : Save a Life, click here

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