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 Hi, you have arrived at my personal Blog which will cover my activities and reactions to the wildlife I meet whilst out and about, a few personal thoughts and perhaps a rant or two lol! but primarily to bring to you the photo's taken over the time out.

Hope you enjoy and comments are appreciated as ever. thank you and enjoy.




A catchup on a theme,

September 19, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
With the inclement weather continuing it has become difficult photographing species not done to death already this season, the hope is that as Autumn arrives some of the,long awaited Waders will drop into the county, so far it has been pretty slim pickings. So to keep in trim! who am I kidding? it was out as much as possible curtailed by a stint (...
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Bugs and stuff

August 02, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
With the weather being a bit iffy, there was a lot of editing and house chores needing to be caught up on, So taking the Macro out and having it ready was quite entertaining. The Lavender was earning it's keep with an average of thirty Bees, of various species moving amongst the flower heads. These proved a brilliant distraction from cleaning and w...
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A right good looking bird!

July 08, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
The 4am start for a long drive over to deepest darkest Wales was the start to what proved to be a stunning trip, The target this time was the Ynslas Estuary, the aberdovey to be correct, and there had been reports of a 1st Summer Female King Eider on the small river mouth of the Leri. An early start proved the key as the boats from this inlet had...
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They start to fly in June and July! includes the Emperors clothes

July 04, 2017  •  1 Comment
WhiteYou would normally expect in June and July or at least assume, that the sun will shine and all those lovely bugs and butterflies will be on the wing. So having to sit out some pretty drastic weather, wet and dreary was a real pain. So it was clean kit and grab whatever chance came along to get out. The sudden news on the grape vine was of Bee...
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Norfolk part two, Earth Dwellers.

June 15, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Travelling around Norfolk you can't help but come across the ubiquitous Brown Hare, feeding and cavorting around the fields along with Red-legged Partridge, and the now rare in many counties the Grey Partridge, Marsh Harriers and buzzards squabbling over carcases, Red Kites soaring the field margins and the worlds supply of Woodpigeons! Red-legged...
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