Swirling flock of Knot and a rogue Black tailed Godwit.
The Black tailed Godwit (top) and Knot.
Redshanks. Of which there were hundreds.
Oystercatcher in flight, with some Shelduck in the distance.
Grey Plover (the larger bird, 4th from the left) with Dunlin and Redshank.
I do love your birds and such great captures, Adam! Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a good week ahead!ReplyDelete
i like the sharp-edged wings in the first few shots. :)ReplyDelete
Great series of captures, Adam. I sometimes see spur-winged Plovers here, which are very aggressive in the breeding season! (Thanks for dropping by my blog). Wishing you a fabulous week.ReplyDelete
Great series of beautiful shots!ReplyDelete
Lovely birds to see Adam.ReplyDelete
Great series. Love those mass shots. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
Wonderful series. Love the oystercatcher!ReplyDelete
Terrific captures. I really like the group flyers!ReplyDelete
Fantastic shots of the birds ~ Wow! ~ (A Creative Harbor)ReplyDelete
Great shots of the birds in flight.ReplyDelete
Whoa! Stunning sights.ReplyDelete
Nice set of pictures - I often wonder whats happening when you get one lone individual of the 'wrong' species in a flock of birds - lost?ReplyDelete
The peregrine in the post before would have been a great sight.
Stewart M - Australia
PS: as you guessed its not Blackburn Lancashire!
Loved all the photos, but those godwit flight shots are spectacular.ReplyDelete
wonderful images.....once i did a road trip to Gujarat India, to the salt making coastal belt..i came across such a pond with birds in it...ReplyDelete
Nice picture of these birds!!ReplyDelete
You should have visited our birds reserve to really enjoying the rare bird species.