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Discussion in 'Wildlife Gallery' started by rona, Apr 2, 2017.
Went out at 6.30am this morning and didn't get back until after 10.30. It was stunning out there
Beautiful photos. It is indeed a glorious day
@rona - great photos!
Some really beautiful photos there Rona, thanks for sharing.
Wow, only just seen these - some gorgeous photos Rona.
Yesterday morning was very different at the same place. I did see quite a lot of wildlife but not good for photos
This little chap never knew I was there and I was only a few yds away, The ponies had just left and I assume he just thought I was one of them
There's a few Red Deer there that are hardly ever seen, there were 4 together
Lovely photo's Rona it's like another world if you get out early.
This morning at 6am
Two red Kites playing and flying around. One settled briefly
There were also Plovers swooping around and peewiting No picture unfortunately
Had to travel the same path as the girls briefly
Sat and watched a few of these for a while
Soaking the sun
This afternoon I took a trip to the fields were Alfie is buried
Seen as I sat there for a while
Building a nest in the Ash tree next door
Eating on Alfies Oak
Been a good day out
Stunning pics rona......
Cowslips, there were literally 1000s
Orchids so early? Wow. I guess that's how they get their name. Lovely pics.
Oh I do love your photos Rona. Makes me miss the UK all over again.
Sorry, I seem to have posted on your thread Rona! I've moved it to Spring Watch.
Anyone able to name this?
How about this one?
Beautiful photos Rona. Think the first bird looks like a warbler of some kind.
I have a feeling that it's is a Sedge Warbler, but could easily be wrong
The second I think might be a White Throat
I'd agree with both of those
Great photo's. Looks lovely!
Just realised I have missed out on lots of photos, so had a good catch up. Some really great photos their Rona, lovely to see them.