Now that is a difficult bird to photograph. I have tried and tried down at Marazion.
Thats a cracker Trevor
Blinking heck Abbot! I worked there in the winter of 1992 and only saw one (had to stick my head in the undergrowth to see it with the naked eye).Damn good show!all the bestStuart
Cor, the Cetti's Warbler, I have not seen one yet. I must try it!
Well, congratulations on geetting a picture. Hard enough to see them, but to get a picture, brilliant! Nice one Trevor.
Top shot Trevor,fantastic job.John.
Fantastic! I'm impressed.
I was over the moon with it Sam...I have no chance of locating one by hearing and I thought it was a slim chance of seeing one let alone photograph it. Thanks to a twelve year old boy.
Thanks mark. Nice Dipper of yours.
Hi Stuart. You know where it was then...in the reeds by the far window. A great slice of luck methinks.
Hi Bob...very difficult I believe to see them...but you never know ..it is a strange world birding.
Hello Keith. Like your springtime shots. I really did have a slice of luck because most of the photographs were wrong that day. When I checked the camera one of the settings was on manual so I was well pleased considering it was through glass and point and shoot. That was the only shot I got.
Thanks John. Really happy with that and the Bufflehead.
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