One from this morning. A Long Tailed Tit, with a caterpillar.
Still playing catch up with the computer. Not been on here much, because when the weather is dry, I like to get out and take pictures. The only downside to that is sorting the buggers out.
Here's a few old ones from recent days out.
Marsh Harrier from RSPB Minsmere, and a recent day out with Trevor.
For some much better bird in flight shots, check out Doug's blog here. He is superb.
A pair of Common Terns.
The first shot I think he's offering a fish to his mate. Not sure what happened to it in the next two, but she didn't stay.
An 'aaawww' picture. Canada Goose with her goslings.
Four butterflies next. When the sun has shone, so have they.
One flying, the only time you'll see the upper wing, because when they settle, they close their wings.
The unfortunately named, Dingy Skipper
Duke of Burgundy. Sadly a red listed species, and very localised.
Back with the birds. Not a brilliant shot, but it does show a bit of behaviour.
An Avocet taking on a much bigger Marsh Harrier that had strayed too close to the Avocet chicks.
One of the Avocet chicks.
And finally, the new membership recruitment officer for RSPB Titchwell
Enjoy your day.