Cotswold Wild Life

Cotswold Life - - INSIDER’S GUIDE -

Num­ber 10 in a se­ries about a range of wild life that in­hab­its the Cotswolds, by Paul Davies

Tighta Ly­cra­cy­cla (Ti­tus Sauras)

Younger spec­i­mens tend to have sleek very tight black plumage and some tend to travel in large groups hold­ing up a bus for at least 20 min­utes. Com­mon in many ar­eas of the Cotswolds es­pe­cially on a Sun­day in the hills around Pain­swick. They have a ten­dency to record their own tor­ture from their pro­tec­tive head­gear.

Call: Car! Car!

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