Monday, 23 March 2009

More spring

Once again I was at Tophill Low doing my dissertation counts when I noticed one of the alba wags by the borrow pits was a bit chunky and had a yellow eye ring and was in fact a LRP. Which was nice. Little else of note but at the feeding station a male siskin and female brambling were bumming about. The light was quite nice so i took a fe photos to stick some colour on here. Also took a short (very) film of the tangerine coloured male GSW. The colours in the vid are representative of real life

























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3 comments:

mark horner said...

what is the second to last photo?

James said...

Its a very out of focus little ringed plover - if you big the picture you can make out the eye ring. I wouldnt recommned bigging the picture because then you can see that its even worse than your initial impression.

Dale Forbes said...

i see the plover!

How brains and birds become mutually exclusive