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My new book, ‘100 Birds’.

After 6 months of hard work, the reason I have neglected this blog for a while is here… My first ever book!’100 Birds’ features 100 of my best, or most interesting, bird photos, coupled with accompanying text where I talk about how, when and whe…

Grey Seals at Donna Nook, Lincs

Two bulls prepare for a quick squirmish One of the upper beach harem-master bulls, chillaxing Two mud-slug bulls slug it out until blood did flow One of the older babies A tender scene with a mother and fluffy cub, kissing and sniffing and suckling

Marsh Tit feeding on Burdock seeds

This is the first Marsh Tit I have seen at Ferry meadows CP for several years. It is presumably the same individual that Don Gardener and Andy Frost have seen on a few occasions in the treed areas on the south side of Gunwade Lake in recent weeks. It w…

Baston Fen Water Pipit

At the start of the year, the flooded fields of Baston Fen attracted a neat flock of Water Pipits (up to 20 at times). Well, this autumn, there is similar flooding and at least three Water Pipits were present in late October. This is the most striking …

The Ferry Meadows Common Tern

During our regular vis mig sessions from The Mound at Ferry Meadows CP, on Monday (14.10.19) Don Gardener and I were just talking about the Common Tern I had seen flying south at Etton two days previously, when as if by magic a Common Tern flew by over…