Comet NEOWISE (C/2020 F3) visible from Karbowo, Brodnica in Poland on 18 and 19 July 2020.

Comet NEOWISE is a retrograde comet with a near-parabolic orbit discovered on March 27, 2020, by astronomers during the NEOWISE mission of the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer space telescope.

Short visit in Warsaw ZOO

London to Warsaw

Jubilee Greenway Cycle

Bank Holiday Cycle

Mirror on River Thames

Red Arrows over Docklands

Millennium Pier goslings

Millennium Pier Geese

The Greylag goose is the ancestor of most domestic geese, the greylag is the largest and bulkiest of the wild geese native to the UK and Europe. In many parts of the UK it has been re-established by releasing birds in suitable areas, but the resulting flocks (often mixed with Canada geese) found around gravel pits, lakes and reservoirs all year round in southern Britain tend to be semi-tame and uninspiring. The native birds and wintering flocks found in Scotland retain the special appeal of truly wild geese.

What they eat:

Grass, roots, cereal leaves and spilled grain.


Length: 76-89cm
Wingspan: 147-180 cm
Weight: 2.9-3.7kg


UK breeding: 46,000 pairs
UK wintering: 140,000 British-breeding birds and 88,000 from Iceland