Wednesday, 23 May 2018

MARAZION AND GOTHIAN SANDS

I HAVE ONLY BEEN OUT A FEW TIMES OVER THE LAST FEW WEEKS 
AND THERE IS NOTHING VERY DIFFERENT AROUND. 
IT IS STARTING TO BECOME QUIETER AND SOON IT WILL BE 
THE BUTTERFLIES AND DRAGONFLIES, ALTHOUGH WE
 HAVEN'T GIVEN UP HOPE OF A CUCKOO FOR THIS YEAR.
THESE WERE TAKEN AT EITHER MARAZION BEACH OR GOTHIAN SANDS.


SANDERLING

SANDERLING

SEDGE WARBLER

STONECHAT

STONECHAT

WHEATEAR

WHIMBREL

WHIMBREL

WHITETHROAT

WREN

12 comments:

  1. Brilliant shots, John! It's great to see Sanderling in full summer plumage - something I have never managed! I have to say, however, that it's easy to pick out a favourite on this occasion and it has to be the Stonechat 'dad' with its offspring!

    Sorry to hear you've not been out much. I hope that all is OK?

    With my very best wishes to you and Sue - - - Richard

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  2. Hi John,
    Nice Post! My favorite is Photo 4, 5, 8 and 9! But I love them all!
    Best regards, Maria

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  3. Awesome. I love your photos. Have a nice evening.

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  4. Beautiful birds. Photos are amazing.

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  5. An excellent post with a cracking series of photos. The Stonechat and young shot is superb.

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  6. Great stuff guys. Get down Windmill Farm - at least two male Cuckoo's there and plenty of dragons on the wing. Let me know if you are coming down. Regards. Dougy

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  7. We rarely get to see shorebirds in breeding plumage here. Your Sanderling looks so dapper!

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  8. Hi John!!!.. Beautiful series of pictures Congrats..

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  9. Hallo
    sehr schöne Serie
    Grüsse Frank

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  10. Hi John and Sue, thank you for your kind comments on my blog, I have been absent from the blogging for some time, I am Trying to get back into it. As usual, you have got some cracking images, hopefully I will see you in the field sometime.
    Sam

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  11. Thank you all for your comments.

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