It's been an absolutely glorious day today at Old Moor with lovely warm sunshine.
My visit started off even before getting in with the Peregrine sat on the pylon.
A record shot of the Sheffield Granddaughter.
I didn't bother with breakfast (had a bacon butty on the way so didn't faint with starvation) as I wanted to head down to see if I could spot any of the Beardies but sadly even after two visits I drew a blank.
So headed off to the hides on the other half of the site and managed to see these.
Green Sandpiper (record shot)
Dunnock singing at the side of the path..he was still there an hour later when I went back and one or two were trying to work out what Warbler he was LOL.
A Pair of Goosanders
Tufted Duck (m)
Too many little munchkins bug hunting in the garden hide area so nothing much there lol.
At the Tree Sparrow farm
Stock Dove shot into the sun
Reed Bunting (m)
and not surprisingly in the Tree Sparrow farm
A Tree Sparrow
Sadly no Bramblings.....
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In reply to Nigel O:
Lot to learn
In reply to gaynorsl:
2013 photos & vids here
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