Mr & Mrs Tuftie were calmly swimming and feeding.
Avocets, I missed them last year....
Flickr Peak Rambler
Finally got out near some water on the coast at East Lane, Suffolk (Just north of Felixstowe) on yet another sunny day, and found the Shelduck and Ringed Plover showing well.
Nearly two for the price of one, or is it a case of photo bombing?
A chilled out mallard drake just a cruisin'....
A nice combination of reflections and shadows....
A few banded damselflies in action
And a nice cropped action shot of a banded damselfly. There were others, all very blurred, but this one just hit the focus point perfectly...
This thread hasn't seen much activity for a while, so some (not the full content you'll be relived to know LOL) from my recent visit to RSPB Conwy.
A pair of black tailed godwits on the Shallow Lagoon viewed through the viewing screen.
A little grebe....
If you look along the mandible of the house martin, you will see an insect just to the right, which it probably was chasing
Don't know what variety it is, but I snapped this spider in the Waderscrape Hide at Rutland Water a couple of weeks ago:
A small part of the hide had been cordoned off (for the reserve staff) and the spider was happily exploring the perspex divider.
Our herring gulls are red listed birds. Think about that the next time you hear some flaming idiot calling for a cull of them.
In reply to Clare:
Clare Bailey said:
It looks like a cobweb spider,
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