I spotted a Kingfisher sitting in the red Dogwood. Too distant for the camera but great to watch through the binoculars. Plenty of gulls on the water and Cormorants at the end of the spit.
A pair of Mute Swans swam close to the shore line near to the car park and allowed me to get this nice close up .
One of many Stock Dove seen from the Bunting hide.
Willow Tit on a frosty branch.
Love the shot of the willow tit. What a beautiful little bird.ReplyDelete
Great photos. The close-up of the swan is especially great.ReplyDelete
Lovely shots, I was there about 10 days ago and got GSW, stock dove and water rail. Could not find willow tit or a nuthatch and missed the kingfisher. Hopefully next time. Mind you I still clocked 39 species in a couple of hours in the late afternoon. The hides closed at 1545! I need a better camera if you check out my blog you can see why.ReplyDelete
A great series of shots, Adam! I especially love the Mute Swan.ReplyDelete
Hello Adam!:) Superb shots, and very beautiful images of all the birds.:)ReplyDelete
Very nice captures Adam. It's been some time since I have seen a Willow Tit.ReplyDelete
They are all great birds, I love the soft pink accents on the dove.ReplyDelete
What a pretty blue the dove looks....and, love the little tit...... so cute....seems to be our Black Capped Chickadee....must go look that up....ReplyDelete
That's a great picture of the Willow TitReplyDelete
Fantastic birds but I really love the Stock Dove.ReplyDelete
Fantastic captures, all! I'd swoon for a swan! The Tit is similar to our Carolina Chickadee. Sweet little bird!ReplyDelete
Beautiful birds and photos!ReplyDelete
The coloration of the dove is different from what I am used to - seems to be almost a very pale blue hue. Quite pretty.
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Lovely and clear photos! I cant take any photos of birds as I am too slow! #photofridayReplyDelete
very nice blog.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of the swan and the tit.ReplyDelete