A day off today so I took a trip down through Kenidjack Valley, I live in Tregeseal Valley so its an easy excursion for me. My photography fell apart today, some days it is a struggle to produce something descent to blog.
Have you noticed how rough the plumage of the birds have become as they come to the end of their breeding season . I guess they will soon hide and go into moult. My kids have fledged the nest, then one came back, my plumage is in a hell of state and beyond repair.
The butterfly is a Small Heath ( I hope) then a Reed Warbler, followed by a Juvenile Blackbird, and finally a White throat.
The Lens I used on the Blackbird,Reed Warbler and white throat was my 18 to 200 zoom. Please click opn the image to enlarge
Marsh Harrier XR - juvenile female, one of a brood of 3 fems ringed Norfolk - Suffolk border June 2017 -- been in residence at Alkborough and area most of the autumn and stil...
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