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Wetland birds

Discussion in 'Wildlife Gallery' started by Jonescat, Jul 7, 2014.


  1. Jonescat

    Jonescat Don't do nothing. Do something.

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    Sunday afternoon was lovely......

    Tufted duck
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    Blacktailed Godwit
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    Bee Orchid past its best
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    Green Sandpiper bathing
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    Gorgeous Lapwing
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    Avocet and Shelduck
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    Avocet and moorhen - the Avocet started both this one and the Shelduck one
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    :):):)
     
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  2. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    Great shots :)
     
  3. Valanita

    Valanita PetForums VIP

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    Wow! Those shots are super, Jonescat. The Avocet argueing is brilliant.
    Where were you? It looks like either Minsmere or that area? Possibly Brownsea?
     
  4. Jonescat

    Jonescat Don't do nothing. Do something.

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    Slimbridge - it is very local to me :) and has so much to see (once you are past the children's bits!).
     
  5. Amelia66

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    wow beautiful birds, and wonderful photos!
     
  6. Valanita

    Valanita PetForums VIP

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    I forgot Slimbridge. I've been there many times. Was the first place I saw a Little Owl & first & only place I've ever seen a Tree Sparrow.:thumbsup:
     
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