Kingfisher - Bankers, You Can Trust
A view of some of the activities from the near hide
Thanks everyone for another great turn-out on Sunday.
Getting the materials to the building site has been one of the hardest jobs
and much appreciation for all their efforts must go to all those
that have "barrowed" materials to the KFB.
As you will see from the pictures, the Kingfisher Bank is almost up to full height and just requires one or two more layers of blocks around the back and sides.
Our man with the trowel - Great work Alan
The cavity has been half filled with gravel and earth and it will soon be time to cut the holes in the front blocks and install the pipe nest chambers.
Then we fill the rest of the cavity with sand/earth, install a weatherproof membrane and maybe try and make the exterior a bit more natural looking.
Along the surrounding hills, tribes of Apache, Comanche and Sioux gathered, to try and read the messages rising into the beautiful blue skies above the bund - but it was just our slightly premature celebration of bonfire night, as we disposed of the Willow arisings which had been cut a month or so earlier.
We also managed to open up and widen some of the pathway and clear some growth from around the woodland hide.
This Jack Pike skull caused quite a bit of speculation regarding
it's demise - was it killed by a particularly ambitious Heron or Cormorant -
or could it have been an otter?
All in all a great days work and many, many, thanks to everyone who joined in.