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I treated myself to the luxury of day off today, with a visit to Rainham Marshes.   For a century the marshes were a military firing range which meant this…

Sparrow-sized but slim and with a long, deeply notched tail, the male shown here  has a black head, white collar and a drooping moustache.

This Female Reed Bunting was perched in amongst the Dog Roses that now have many Hips ripe at RSPB Old Moor near Barnsley in South Yorkshire England.

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…

We are now permitted to travel within 20km of our home, so this walk was a very welcome change Mostly mallards A female and/or a juvenile reed bunting The…
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