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Not a mallard

It certainly pays to look closely at a group of birds, because they may not all be from the same species. Last week I spotted this cool-looking duck in the midst of a group of mallards at my local marshland park. 54 more words

Photography

A dull morning at Upton Country Park

Thursday 11th December 2014

It was just Max and I: Jez isn’t walking much at all at the moment. Some days she’s not even going out for her afternoon walk either. 188 more words

Walks

A Pair

A pair of Gadwalls cruising across the pond.

Birds

Naturelog: Tuesday 9th December

Keith and I went off for a days birdwatching at the London Wetland centre.

Our arrival was greeted by a party of Pied Wagtails at the entrance to the reserve and these were briefly joined by a Grey Wagtail, which was unfortunately flushed by a passer-by before we could get photos. 420 more words

Natural History

Two rarities Larnaca area this morning, 6th December 2014

The star bird on the Larnaca Sewage Pools this morning was a female/juvenile type White-headed Duck. A rare winter visitor, its a couple of years since one has been seen although that site is often favoured when one does appear. 152 more words

Birding

Feathered Winter Visitors

Since my last post I have been attending my archery classes and taking photographs for various people which has taken up a lot of my time. 355 more words

Scotland

Haridwar plays host to the winged guests

BESIDES TOURISTS THAT FLOCK THE HOLY CITY TO SEEK SALVATION, HARIDWAR IS ALSO A HAVEN FOR THEIR WINTERING

Every year, Haridwar plays host not only to lakhs of pilgrims and tourists, from across the country and a abroad, who come here on their religious sojourn, but also to a… 737 more words

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