I found Buttercup with a new calf in North Pasture this morning. I think it was born 6/7th February. It’s name will be Nia, if it’s a girl, or Andrew.
I’m awaiting the arrival of a belted Galloway calf, and I’m wondering what to call it. I’m not keen on Frogmella, Canoe, or Spudulika.
Category: Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve Tags: Belted Galloway Cattle, Conservation Cattle, Kidderminster, nature, Nature Conservation, Nature Photography., Photography, Shetland Cattle, Stourport on Severn, wildlife photography, Worcestershire Wildlife Trust, Wyre Forest District Council Rangers, Wyre Forest Grazing Animals Project
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