In reply to TeeJay:
Yes, lovely photos TJ & Pintails are one of my favourite ducks.
We saw some really close once on the local marshes & got some great photos. We put them on the local wildlife site & it was pointed out that their wings had been clipped & they couldn't fly, which was why they appeared to be so tame. They were lures for the real thing. It made me feel so sad & I deleted the photos.
I love the eye on the Ferruginous.
Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
I've given up trying to get to the end of the thread!
A heron from a recent visit to RSPB Conwy.
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In reply to Martin S:
Oh, so cute - the baby avocet is just gorgeous... thank you!
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In reply to Paul A:
Great capture, Paul. You can't even see the water surface.
One from me although not so dramatic.
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In reply to Mike B:
Yet more brilliant photos folks.
Sadly the weather here has been dull, no, make that 'orrible. Its been cloudy or overcast for over a month now, so getting half decent photos is quite a battle.
However, the light and angle of light was just right for this poll reflection on Saturday5 th Jan 2019, but still no sun.
A couple more from my last visit to Middleton Lakes, a tufted duck and juvenile crested grebe
I like this Reflection thread,....Just a few recent ones from me
In reply to Paul Cousins:
Black tailed Godwit
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