Ahhh, proper Fairy homes - Fly Agaric :-) Some of my usual fungi spots on the reserve are still too dry, so not seen as many as normal this year so far.
If you're planning on lots of in-flight pics, get used to using the viewfinder rather than the screen on the back of the camera - you'll find it much easier to track the bird moving. If you end up becoming an in-flight specialist, you'll probably end up with a DSLR at some stage as well, they're just much faster responding than a bridge camera, necessary with fast fliers. The good news is that Bitterns & Harriers are relatively slow fliers, so good to practice on :-)
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