You can tell that its that time of year again as there is not much to shoot and one falls back on the few regular species that come within range.
A Grey Heron wading through deeper water than usual
Sheltering from the wind and hoping to grab the passing mouse or frog
I am always complaining that I never see a Yellow Wagtail.
On this occasion I did see a few flocking with Pied Wagtails in open farmland, but that said they were so far away that even with a 600mm lens and 1.4 extender these distant shots just about pass for below average.
A frequent visitor to bird feeders - The Coal Tit.
There always plenty of Swans on the lakes in the parkland to practice on.
If you can find a Lapwing nowadays then...........
..............you may find a few more.
Spot the Starlings.