Half way through the first month, so I thought it about time for a post.
Myself and Trevor started the new year visiting the Norfolk coast and Lincolnshire's Frampton Marsh. Great areas, and I'm sure plenty more visits that way will be on the cards, all being well.
I must admit I've been neglecting blogger a little recently. The sparkle seems to be fading a bit; for me anyway. I think this year my posts will be a little sporadic, and only if I think I've something worth sharing.
I want to try and steer away from 'posing birds on a stick' like this Dunnock
and this Redwing.
Nothing much wrong with them, but I'd like to do something a little different.
A freefalling Kestrel with lunch perhaps?
after he'd worked so hard hovering against a strong wind.
I never tire of watching these birds.
Myself and Trev did manage to see a rather cute looking Chinese Water Deer on a visit to Woburn one day though.
I think a 'cute' picture will always find a place here.
So will something I don't see everyday.
A Barnacle Goose that was at Frampton Marsh, with some Canada Geese.
And one that was at my local lake, Caldecotte, associating with some Greylags.
This next one I found interesting.
Can you guess who is doing a workout?
I think birds in flight are always worth sharing, especially as I need the practice.
Mute Swan. (These should be easy, they're big enough.)
I'll finish with a common duck, that will probably take center stage in a future post.
Enjoy the rest of your week.