My latest visit to Lodmoor Reserve at Weymouth revealed another flock of Golden Plover.
This was a much smaller flock than I observed last December, probably only 25% of the previous.
However I never miss a chance to take some photographs of this bird irrespective of the numbers.
Unfortunately, from my position, the flock was facing away from me into the wind most of the time whilst on the ground
Stunning photos! I remember seeing a flock in Norfolk, at BurnhamReplyDelete
Great photos, Roy. I always love to see them when they settle on the black, peaty fields in the Fens.ReplyDelete
Thanks John. Yes I have seen that and it really shows up the colour of the plumage.Delete
Vau! niitä on tosi paljon!ReplyDelete
Hei Anne. Luulisin, että niitä oli noin 500.Delete
Beautiful photos of the golden plovers. So many. Sometimes there are here but far away. Hae a nice day. Greetings CarolineReplyDelete
Beautiful birds and beautifully captured!!!
( I think you can not give comments on my blog any more?)
Hi Maria. Thanks. My Anti Virus software warns me not to enter your blog for some reason. Very sorry.Delete
Les couleurs de ce limicole en groupe sont fabuleuses. Il est très beau.ReplyDelete