Kingfishers

Friday 25th May 2007

I met my Dad at Slimbridge to see the Kingfishers at South Finger this morning. The pair are still feeding their young and were performing well. There wasn't much at Mid Point, a very distant group of 30 Dunlin and Ringed Plovers had of a couple of Sanderling in amongst them, the only other bids being several Shelduck, a Little Egret, a Raven, two singing male Reed Buntings and a Reed Warbler. A pair of Swallows were at the car park toliet block. (Photos: © Paul Masters)


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Extrodinarily lovely your photographs are. There is something that is quite soothing about them.
Paul said…
Many thanks for your kind remarks. It's always nice to receive feedback and to know other people enjoy my efforts.

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