Nuthatch's PhotoBlog

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…

This is another of those birds that seem to evade my camera lens for years, then turn up again and again. I had seen no treecreepers for several years, then one…

The stonechat was one of those birds that eluded my camera for years. Finally, on holiday in Cornwall, I spotted this little fellow perched on top of a dead…

I am sure you will agree with me that the goldfinch is a very handsome bird. It ought to be easy to photograph, with the contrasting areas of plumage, but I…

In Britain the painted lady does not survive our winters, so the ones we see are either visitors from the continent or their offspring. Most years a small…

My first view of a red kite was about 30 years ago, perched on a wall at the side of a road in Wales, at a time when they had almost died out in Britain. Since…

We occasionally see redpolls over winter, but not every winter. In February 2019 they were regular visitors at Lackford Lakes Visitor Centre. I work on the…
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