Friday, 28 February 2020

NEWLYN HARBOUR AND STITHIANS RESERVOIR.

JUST LIKE EVERYWHERE ELSE, THE WEATHER HAS BEEN
DREADFUL BUT THANKFULLY, VERY  LITTLE FLOODING 
COMPARED TO SOME PARTS OF THE COUNTRY.
I DID GET TO NEWLYN HARBOUR, ALWAYS LOTS OF GULL 
ACTION AND ALSO A MORNING AT STITHIANS RESERVOIR.

BLACK GUILLEMOT

BLACK GUILLEMOT


BLACK-HEADED GULL

HERRING GULL

ICELAND GULL


BULLFINCH, female

BULLFINCH, male

GREAT-SPOTTED WOODPECKER

GREAT-SPOTTED WOODPECKER


GREAT-SPOTTED WOODPECKER

WREN


REED BUNTING


SISKIN

8 comments:

  1. Big thanks to you for the wonderful photos.

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  2. Hi to the pair of you, the weather in Sussex seems to have driven all the wildlife away. Roll on the spring. Nice pictures.

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  3. An impressive array of images, as always from you, John. I think that my favourite amongst these is the Herring Gulls. I'd love to see a Black Guillemot in that state of plumage. With my very best wishes to you both - - - Richard

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  4. Beautiful birds and images .. Happy week

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  5. Hi John,
    I have viewed with pleasure this beautiful series of pictures !!
    Very great shots. Zo much different birds, I am a little bit jealous ;-)
    Warm greeting to you both
    Maria

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  6. Hello John, great series of these birds. Love the Bullfinches.
    Regards,
    Roos

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