Yesterday I popped to the KWT Oare Marshes reserve. It was pretty quiet in terms of people and birds. I did see a little egret and I got a shot of it with my K5. I had gone to try out my Pentax Q on the DA*300mm with the adapter but the sun of course…Details
A couple of years ago I found a Ramshorn snail and decided to photograph it. I looked closer and I could see some white worm like creatures crawling over it. I struggled to work out what they were, but I recently asked around and was told by a member of the Wild about Britain forum…Details
Some photos from a snowy Wat Tyler Country Park. Boardwalk Saltmarsh Statues And some birds at the feeders: Dunnock Robin Related posts: Grey squirrel and Robin in the snow Southern migrant hawker dragonfly at Wat Tyler Country Park Siskin, redpoll, muntjac, coal tit and other birds at Elvenden Center Parcs Bearded tits, stonechat reed buntings…Details
Here a few shots of a common backswimmer Notonecta glauca. This individual has flipped over to the right way up at the surface in preparation to fly off. I took them a couple of years ago so they are not my best shots I’ll have to blog more about these amazing insects later on. Related…Details
Been going through some old videos and found this one from a few years ago, filmed in Regents Park, London. What has happened here is a magpie (a species that is a known egg thief) has got too close to a mistle thrush nest and the parents are not happy! Watch what happens when the…Details
A few photos from in what is left of the snow today.
While on and excellent FSC course at Flatford Mill I caught a burrowing mayfly nymph Ephemera sp. It is the nymph of the original Mayfly, which are most commonly on the wing in May, hence the name which is named after the Mayflower, better known as hawthorn, which blooms at the end of April when…Details