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It’s nearly two years since I spent some time in the woodland photography hide at Rainham Marshes so it was about time I returned. I spent the whole of today…

Sunny days have been pretty rare lately so I grabbed the break in the weather today to return to Rainham Marshes. As the water levels gradually rise through the…

I finally returned to Rainham Marshes today, some nine months after my last visit. I’ve been waiting for a calm, sunny day for ideal bird photography conditions…

When I arrived home from work this afternoon I took a little time to sit in the garden and watch the birds. Our feeding station is alive with goldfinches at the…

While we have plenty of bird life visiting our garden, one species we lack is sparrows. There’s no shortage of them at Llanerchindda Farm though and I never…

Three months ago our pair of swans at Hatfield Forest had recently become parents to some cute bundles of fluff. Today I caught up with them again as they sat…

I was just heading out to do some food shopping this morning when I heard some goldfinches singing nearby – their bubbling twitter is so unmistakeable. Looking…

During my stroll at Hatfield Forest yesterday I noticed a swallows nest in the fishermen’s shelter. The adult birds seemed completely at ease, flying in and out…

Day two was a bit rough for seeing many birds the day started off hot then got humid shortly after the sun came up. Rather than chase birds and sweat to death I…

Our bird feeding station is a hive of activity at the moment, with families of several different species popping by to eat. I spent some time in the garden this…

I’ve got a little bonus post today, from a little time I spent in the garden late this afternoon. I had my camera handy, ready for any fleeting photo…

For the last few weeks the pair of swans at Hatfield Forest have been sitting on their nest, out of harm’s reach on the island in the decoy lake. This week they…

Once upon a time House Sparrows were seemingly ubiquitous, chirping away in shrubbery of every garden; living up to their collective noun – a ubiquity of…

The ducks at Hatfield Forest are shameless when it comes to begging for food. As we sat in the sunshine with a coffee this afternoon a pair of mallards waddled…

It seems a lifetime since I had the opportunity to do some bird photography with good light to help me, but the opportunity finally came today. I drove over to…

The weather’s been a little milder this week, so I took the opportunity to spend some time in the garden this afternoon. My aim was to photograph the local bird…

One of the aims of my walk yesterday was to photograph the colony of Turnstones who live on the pier at Southend-on-Sea. Both times I’ve visited before I’ve…

Yes, you did read that correctly – this isn’t Lewis Carroll’s ‘The owl and the pussy cat’! This afternoon I paid a visit to the red kite feeding centre at…
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