I seem to be getting more & more photographs of local birds so thought I'd share a few. Let's start off with a flock of Waxwings from a few weeks back (first ones I've seen).
Hi Michael have a read here this might help you www.rspb.org.uk/.../191572.aspx
My Fickr photos
And whilst this isn't of 'wildlife' it's of the full moon which I just took a couple of hours ago, thought I'd share.
In reply to Alan.:
Thanks Alan, that would explain it..
In reply to Michael N:
Just a simple wood pigeon but I liked the colours created by the setting sun.
Cracking photos Michael keep them coming.
Forgot to say welcome to the community.
Welcome from me also Michael, I am up at the very top of Scotland, in Caithness. Lovely photos.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Catlady:
Thanks for the warm welcome guys.
Here's a couple of images of what I believe is a buzzard, I'd never seen one before until the beginning of this month and mistakenly thought it was some kind of eagle at first.
Here we have a flock of oyster-catchers, this is one of my personal favourites but again I think it's simply down to the aesthetics/colours.
(Slightly *ahem* processed).
And here's an oyster catcher prying its breakfast free.
Lovely photo's, Welcome from me in Essex. I hope you will enjoy it here?
In reply to wren:
Another lovely set of shots Micheal
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