Sunday, 14 April 2013

Digiscoping through the week.

Just a few shots from the past week.
Nothing too exciting except the Redpoll.
RINGED PLOVER

SKYLARK

GOLDEN PLOVER

GOLDFINCH

COMMON REDPOLL
This Redpoll was on a feeder in a private garden at St. Ives.
Believe it or not it was a lifer for me.

16 comments:

  1. Great shots here. I'd have been most excited about the Golden Plover in breeding plumage!

    Not sure if I've ever seen a Common Redpoll. The Redpolls that visit our garden are so very varied in plumage (and I'm not just talking about the amount of red on the males) and (to some extent) in size, that there could well have been something other than a 'Lesser' around, but I can't tell the difference! I'm just happy to have them visiting!

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  2. Not to exciting eh, I have yet to see a Redpoll and the digiscoping is stunning.
    Sam

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  3. Great digiscoping mate, some real crackers esp the Redpoll.
    CU Soon

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  4. Love your photos today! Especially that Redo-faced Goldfinch. Very striking!

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  5. A lovely collection of photos! I've only ever photographed a Skylark peeking out of the vegetation. Well done on the Common Redpoll. I think I've only seen the Lesser but to be honest I'm not sure as I find them difficult to ID.

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  6. Een hele mooie serie goed gedaan hugs Danielle

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  7. Beautifully digiscoped shots of several very lovely birds! Congratulations on the redpoll lifer!

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  8. It is very beautiful serie .. Good pictures .. Thanks for sharing ..

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  9. Funny to ralise the redpoll is a lifer for you, as I've plenty of them in my garden. Well your pictures are beautiful even if it's of common species ;-)

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  10. JR and Sue.
    Well done with the Redpoll lifer. It is strange how some of our regular UK birds us birders have a job to add to our life list. Nice photo of it too.
    Love the butterflies sen in Texas lovely pics of them.

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  11. Wow I'm impressed by the quality of these images! Wonderful!

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  12. Thank you Chris,also thank you all for your comments.
    John.

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