Wednesday, July 10, 2024

Barn Swallow





 Barn Swallow, Wicken Fen, 2nd July 2024 © Roger Cresswell

Tuesday, July 09, 2024

Barn Owl



 Barn Owl, Thriplow,. 7th July 2024 © Gary Thornton

Friday, July 05, 2024

Blackbird



 Blackbird, Hardwick, 5th July 2024 © Ed Gill

'Our poor resident female blackbird obviously has mites, or a skin condition, and has been losing her head feathers over the last few months. She now looks a bit sorry for herself and resembles a miniature vulture! Luckily, she is still managing to do a very good job bringing up her baby. ' EG

Wednesday, July 03, 2024

Kestrel

 

Kestrel, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Long-tailed Tit


 Long-tailed Tit, Cottenham. 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Sparrowhawk


Sparrowhawk, Cottenham 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Cuckoo


 Cuckoo, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Goldfinch


 Goldfinch, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Swift


 Swift, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Pied Wagtail


 Pied Wagtail, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Green Woodpecker


 Green Woodpecker, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Red Kite


 Red Kite, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Rook


 Rook, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Magpie


 Magpie, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Robin


 Robin, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Blackbird


 Blackbird, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Blue Tit


 Blue Tit, Cottenham, 2nd July 2024 © Colin Brown

Sunday, June 30, 2024

Tawny Owl




 Tawny Owl, Fen Drayton Private Site, 28th June 2024 © Nigel Sprowell

Sand Martin


 Sand Martin, Kingfisher Brideg, 20th June 2024 © Cookie Shorten

Kingfisher


 Kingfisher, Kingfisher Bridge, 20th June 2024 © Cookie Shorten

Stock Dove


 Stock Dove, Foxton, 10th June 2024 © Cookie Shorten

Canada Goose


 Canada Goose, Kingfisher Bridge, 20th June 2024 © Cookie Shorten

Lapwing


 Lapwing, Kingfisher brisge, 20th June 2024 © Cookie Shorten

Friday, June 28, 2024

Caspian Gull




 Caspian Gull, Cottenham Long Drove, 11th June 2024 © Steve Cooper

'Summer gull watching is often seen as out of season but despite being even more mind boggling due to the heavy moult at this time of year it can be rewarding. There are many Caspian Gulls (15+) around at the moment in the Long Drove area, here are just three 2cy birds.' SC