Today Henry is dancing around the National Trust’s High Peak Estate looking for a girl.
And wondering why he doesn’t feature as a ‘Sentinel of the Moors’ on that National Trust sign. Here’s what it says:
The strange cackling call of the red grouse
The mournful wail of the golden plover
The bubbling cry of the curlew
These sounds symbolise the wild mystery of the moors.
If you are lucky you might see a merlin, dashing low over the heather, or a short-eared owl floating ghost-like in the mist.
These birds inspired myths and legends in the past.
Today they tell us how important this fragile landscape is for some of our most threatened wildlife.
The National Trust is managing the habitat so visitors can enjoy forever the sights and sounds of this special place.