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Thursday, 23 September 2010

Not a lot but quite a bit

Nothing much to show for hours watching a Juvenile Red-necked Phalarope (not shown) except poor record shots, Ringed Plover (not shown), Turnstone, Dunlin, Knot, Curlew (not shown) in the rain, Juvenile Great Crested Grebe and a Barn Owl (not shown) on a day that was blowing a whoolie yet again...

Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Cormorant and Little Owl

While down at Lytham... simple studies

All Sorts

I take what I can get... that is my photos come from what I see... some study around the garden and gulls because I know nothing about them, in the hope I will learn something and skies for future reference.

Wednesday, 1 September 2010

On the road again...

Don't chew on humbugs! Regular readers will know why... another trip to the dentist... in Southport! Still the sun was out. Sometimes my posts wont be about bird pics I'm afraid... sometimes the environment and composition is equally important to me.

Not much to report, so look at the pictures. Except there were three buzzards well high up over the estuary, well high, looked like common buzzard to me, but somebody had said there were three Marsh Harriers about.

I'm hopeless at the type and age of gulls!
I could adjust this, but I like it the way it is: Canada Geese and look carefully for two Greylags

I love the wide-open space and skies of the Ribble Estuary (and Mori cam bie bay)
Once upon a time, Little Egret were 'rare' up north, now they appear common as muck!