Nuthatch's PhotoBlog

Terns must be one of the more challenging birds to photograph in flight but I think one of the most rewarding. They generally fly fast, often straight, then…

I tend to use spot exposure on most birds - except for those which have black and white plumage - so that I can get all the feather detail. There may be some…

This was a day to remember - almost four years ago now. We took the boat to Skomer Island off the coast of Wales. Although there were a few puffins skimming…

I find sanderling a delight to watch when visiting Titchwell beach. These little waders trot along the shoreline, occasionally pausing to nibble at some morsel…

Like many other butterfly species, the gatekeepers have successful seasons and others where they seem more scarce. They are not always easy to differentiate…

When taking wildlife photographs, I think there is always a fine balance between isolating the subject and putting the subject in context. I have some…

I think avocets are very graceful birds to watch as the feed, moving their bills from side to side in the shallow water searching for crustaceans and worms.…

I am not alone in thinking the dunnock one of our most un-appreciated little birds. From a distance this is a dull brown bird, often skulking in the undergrowth…
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