I took loads of photos of a female marsh harrier feeding on a dead rabbit back in May.
Yesterday I was in London with Jack Perks, a fellow wildlife photographer, when we came across this mandarin duck and her ducklings next to Regents canal. I got the wide angle out for a few shots too. In Regents Park we came across this Egyptian goose. And this wood pigeon.
A few ok shots of a sedge warbler from a walk around Elmley Marshes.
Here are some photos of Carrion Crows feeding on a dead rabbit.
On a recent trip to Sheppey, I found these Red legged partridges.
Another quick one photo post, this time of a yellow wagtail on Elmley Marshes.
A quick one photo post, a female marsh harrier.
Some more photos from the Loch Garten Car Park, where I spent all day waiting for some crested tits to pose for photos. I got some nice shots, thanks to some excellent help from my friend Ian, who also lent me his Canon 7D and 600mm L lens to use!
I had a number of sightings of goldcrests in the Loch Garten Car Par, but they never really posed for a photo in a near enough or clear enough position. The best I managed was probably this