No, this isn’t one of life’s little questions like “where do flies go in winter?”, but a genuine concern.
Over the last few weeks I’ve been regularly watching two swans on the River Severn. They must have been nesting because there was a built up area of grass on a mini island, on top of which one of the swans has been permanently perched. Except, we’ve had naught but rain for over three days which has brought the river level up thus covering the little island.
I couldn’t see the adults as we drove past their stretch of water earlier, I’m worried now that whatever the swans have been sat on will have been washed away. It makes me feel a little sad.
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