Still wandering the local paths and country roads in an approximate 3 mile circle of our house, the nice solid frozen footpaths have gone back to mud so doing more road work, but there is still plenty to see. The photos of Hares, Roe Deer, Tree Creeper, Yellowhammer, Fieldfares, Goldcrest and Kestrel were all taken standing by the side of the road.
These first 4 were all taken just behind where I live.
The rest were taken right by the side of the road, the Tree Creeper, Goldcrest and Kestrel were very close and obliging, the rest especially the Hares and Deer were a long way off as you might expect. One particular road is very good for views of Hares and we have seen up to 11 in one field.
Can you spot the extras in the Deer Pics and see the colour variation in one of the Fieldfares?
Good luck on your trips out and take care.
I'm blown away by these, Trevor, you don't appreciate the detail until you zoom in, particularly like the Goldcrest nibbling, and the Fieldfare on the earth, and I never knew deer ate pigeons!! Also, you captured some stunning light!
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Lot to learn
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Fabulous photos Trevor, and it looked a good day out.
I can't wait for lockdown restrictions to ease to get out again....
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