In reply to HAZY:
Two Kingfishers lol oops !
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Egrets doing what they do. One of each Little and Great, I'll let you decide which is which
Perhaps the phrase about Ostriches and sand should be about Egrets and water!
In reply to Nigel O:
very grainy, distant and hard cropped pic of what is supposed show a male Kestrel lol (for Wendy ! )
Quite recognisable as a beautiful male Kestrel, great pose! Thanks aitch!
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In reply to WendyBartter:
A ghostly apparition.
That's what you get for forgetting to check the shutter speed when a Willow Tit takes off.
Well it is Halloween Nige! Lol
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It's been a few years since I've spotted a Grey Wagtail in the garden - oh well hopefully it will be back, at least I managed to attempt a photo unlike the Kingfisher I completely missed and the Bullfinches
C in J
In reply to Germain:
Shame about the Kingfisher and Bullfinches but you did manage to get the Wagtail Germain.
Whilst at Leighton Moss last week I thought I'd come across a rare duck similar to a female Gaganey but it turns out it was Mrs Teal with a feather across her face LOL
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