Its been a while, but now the ravenous winged insects have died down I am once again trudging along the gravelly paths to sit in the hides of my local nature reserve. And boy have I missed it.
So without further ado a few of my latest snaps. One of the most difficult of all of the birds to photograph at this reserve, a cetti’s warbler. It has taken on nearly a mythical status, mainly because it is so noisy and so you always know it is around and so quick. By the time one has focussed their camera onto the area it might be hidden in the reeds, it has gone. I think this is my best yet. A reed bunting enjoying a wonderful feast of seeds.Along with a black bird gorging on the hawthorn berries.A water rail popped out just for a second.And I saw a heron lifting off.And two cormorants watching the low flying aircraft.
It was a wonderful day in bright winter sunshine, cold and bright, just the way I like it.
3 thoughts on “Back to the birds.”
Most amazing shots Mandy! The bunting on the grass is the best I’ve ever seen!
Thank you Jenny, I was lucky to get the shot.
Superb..and I’m also learning more about birds too.