Saturday, 11 December 2021

A Windy Walk

This week I went for a walk along the East Cliff at Portland Bill.

As I looked to my left which is North, I took this shot below.
Nice weather you may think.


Then I looked to the East and took this shot below.


Then I looked to the South and took this shot.
The weather went down hill after that unfortunately.


Anyway the star of the Post was two Turnstone which I found along the East Cliff.










Other resident birds observed are shown below.

Rock Pipit

Robin



House Sparrow


10 comments:

  1. Stormy weather, Roy! Looks like the rock pipit is banded. Great looking turnstones.

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    1. Thanks Wilma.
      Yes the birds around the Bill often get ringed as they conduct ringing at the Portland Bird Observatory nearby.

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  2. Great pictures of the Turnstone, Roy, to say nothing of the goose-stepping Rock Pipit!

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  3. yes our weather is very changeable Roy but I loved the photos of the Turnstone. I always thing they look better in the winter that in the summer. Have a great week ahead.

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  4. Love that sky! I am all too familiar with sky like that. Great bird shots, in particular I love Turnstones, they are very handsome little birds. Good to see you are out and about.

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