Tuesday, 29 May 2012


I have to admit that with all the rubbish weather recently I have done very little birding. The time I have spent in the field I have carried my camrea and got some varied shots.

Reed warbler trapped on our 2nd CES visit

Male red legged partridge that flew into my
garden nets. Due to the fact that they have
spurs on their legs you can't ring them.

Juvenile oystercatcher ringed at Bircham
Short eared owl on the way to work

The swifts and martins were very low (and fast)
and these were the best I could do.

Juvenile bearded tits as Titchwell. If you look
closely you can separate the sexes...the males
have pale eyes (left) and the females are dark
(right). The top image shows 2 male and 1

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