Sunday, 16 October 2016

SHORT-TOED LARK

 I FINALLY CAUGHT UP WITH THE SHORT-TOED LARK AT ST. AGNES.
A PRETTY NONDISCRIPT BIRD REALLY.
THE REST WERE TAKEN AROUND TRURO.

SHORT-TOED LARK
SHORT-TOED LARK
SHORT-TOED LARK
COMMON SANDPIPER
KNOT
MISTLE THRUSH

15 comments:

  1. Wow! Great sighting for the UK. Congratulations.

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  2. Hello
    Very beautiful pictures, detailed and beautifully photographed, you look at gladly
    Greetings Frank

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  3. Hello,
    The 3 firts pictures are amazing !

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  4. A super bird to see and photograph!!!

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  5. Love those Mistle Thrushes! I've never heard of the Short-toed Lark but it reminds me of an American Pipit which I saw today.

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  6. The Short-toed Lark might be a 'pretty nondescript' bird, John, but your delightful images have captured it beautifully! The other three images are excellent too, but it's the two Mistle Thrushes image that really does it for me - Wonderful!

    Best wishes to you both - - - Richard

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  7. Great shots of these birds John. And indeed those Thrushes are outstanding.
    Groeten,
    Roos

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  8. Hi. Awesome photos. I like a lot.

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  9. I have looked up this Short-toedlark in my bird book. Great that you ware able to photograph this bird so beautiful! And he's quite rare! Congratulations!
    Also the mistle thrush, sandpiper and the Knot are beautiful!
    Greetings, Maria

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  10. Great Shots John, Lovely to catch up with you at St Gothian Yesterday, and hope you got the Snow Bunts.
    Best regards to you both. CU SOON

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  12. Thank you all for your comments.
    John.

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