In reply to HAZY:
Haven't seen our LLTs for a lot more than a month, then we had this little poppet arrive:
It rather overshadowed our robinette hopping around on the ground.
In reply to IanMSpencer:
Lovely Ian. Young LTT's are very appealing as is the Robinette.
A very long distant shot of a young Common Crane with its parent at Slimbridge. Good to see at least one has survived although I was told there were two. Didn't see both though.
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In reply to TeeJay:
He came swooping in on those massive wings, then he hovered for a bit before landing for a photoshoot. :-)
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In reply to Paul A:
Relocating from moorland to farmland before 12 August arrives.
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In reply to Bobs_Still_Retired:
Very wise, Bob! Did you point the way?!
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Here's a couple of young'uns
Water Rail chick
Young Blackcap, similar to female, but female has reddish brown cap
Little Grebe chick
Great Tit youngster
Moorhen chicks with mum/Dad
even the BHG youngsters look exotic
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In reply to turboman:
Brilliant photos Terry, I've never seen a Water Rail youngster before so wonderful to see what they look like.
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Thanks Hazel, caused a bit of excitement among some of the local birders, seems that I've now officially confirmed the 3rd year of breeding Water Rail at Rainton Meadows. :-)
turboman said:caused a bit of excitement among some of the local birders, seems that I've now officially confirmed the 3rd year of breeding Water Rail at Rainton Meadows. :-)
Great set Terry. The Water Rail chicck is really special. So different from how they turn out as adults.
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