In reply to Mike B:
I left one out, my guess, a juvenile herring gull, but I'm happy to be corrected.
Flickr Peak Rambler
A couple yesterday on the ferns, a plump wild rabbit and a rather scary little owl.. Not sure about the ID for the second bird on the ferns, loads of meadow pipits around but not sure.
My bird photos HERE
In reply to Paul A:
A spot of early morning urban/back garden birding yesterday (Sunday 18th), and a few just catching the early morning light, and a dunnock catches the early morning light on a neighbouring leylandii.
Choughed with these
Over 23 of the beauties showing off their flying skills
It really lifts the spirits watching them play on the breeze and then drop down for a quick feed in their little family groups to then all swirl up raging into the air
Lot to learn
A few from Burton Mere Wetlands yesterday when we met up with Mike (Peak Rambler) ; was great to finally meet up Mike and thanks for joining us for a lovely day.
Not many photos so will add them here - have also put the photo sequence of House Martins up at the end. ......
Gatekeeper butterfly ....
I think Mike brought this one from his garden trying to rehome it at Burton Mere LOL
Black-tailed Skimmer dragonfly
Little & Large Egrets
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
In reply to HAZY:
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
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