Friday, 23 January 2015

Parkland Walk

Scenes from my latest Parkland walk.



Grey Heron

Lots of Hazel Catkins already.



Cormorant

Coal Tit

Coal Tit

Great Tit

Nuthatch

Wren




In the image below you may be able to see the flock of Lapwing (centre right) that had just taken off from the centre of this ploughed field.


Black-headed Gulls following the plough.




Gadwall (Male)

Black-headed Gull

Robin


Pochard (Male)

Gadwall

The low afternoon sun was making the trees look reddish brown







24 comments:

  1. Bonjour Roy
    Tu fais de très belles rencontres et de belles photos, c'est toujours un grand plaisir de venir :)
    Bises et happy birding !

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  2. Roy wat is dit een prachtige wandeling met van die heerlijke momenten.

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  3. Super photos Roy, and a good selection of birds, have you not had any snow ? beautiful blue sky's.
    Amanda xx

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  4. Fabulous shot of the cormorant in flight!

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  5. Lovely photos! You have a really beautiful place there to walk in, with so many varied bird species. I'm envious! :-)

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  6. Nice variety of shots. It's like going on the walk with you.

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  7. H Roy You certainly saw a lot while you were out on your walk. Lovely countryside to be walking in Love all the birds and the way the lighting is on the trees to make them red. great reflections as well

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  8. Definitely worth getting out for a walk to see some fun birds.

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  9. Really nice and diverse. Many birds, lots of nature and beautiful pictures to show in your blog. Such a park walk is also really great to do and nice that you give us in this way allows them to enjoy.

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  10. So beautiful! I must admit I'm jealous of your sunny weather. We had another grey weekend. :-)

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    1. Thanks Gunilla. Its looking grey for the rest of the week here now.

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  11. Oh, so pretty! It will be a long time before we are seeing catkins here in Maine!

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    1. Thanks Kathie, its about the right time for the first catkins here. I will be looking for snowdrops next.

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