A message from Tim Cleeves alerting me about the Black-Tailed Godwits on Holywell Pond saw me heading down with the camera,gloves,large coat with hood ,entering the public hide my assumption was correct (it was Baltic)the cold wind blowing straight into the hide the good news was the Godwits were still there 29 in all having a wash and brush up and all looking rather smart.
Wednesday, 11 April 2012
I was greeted to a nice surprise this morning as I looked out of the back bedroom window onto the neighbouring horse field with a nice pair of Red-Legged Partridges pecking away in the short grass,a closer look through the bins caught site of three Roe deer in the bottom of the same field so a trip downstairs for the camera etc was the next move.I was too slow for the best shot of the deer as it jumped the fence (drat) here's a couple of pics.
Monday, 2 April 2012
My morning trip down the pond revealed the Brambling was still present at the field corner feeding station,I briefly spotted it four days ago and managed a poorly lit shot this morning,I was greeted by two new kids on the block scampering about around the members hide, only managed a shot of one but its nest mate looks like it may have a touch of Mixy!opening the shutters revealed a rather naughty (farmyard Duck ?)enjoying herself with no less than three Mallard males" lucky girl" and just to finish off here's a couple of flyby's