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Sunday, 28 May 2017

Barn Owl, Cattle Egret, Bittern, Skylark, Ringed Plover and Red Legged Partridge!

It's been 3 weeks since my last blog post and in that time I've taken quite a lot of pictures!
So I'm not going to write much on this occasion, I'll let the photo's do the talking!
   Away from nature, I'm quite happy at the moment as my football team Arsenal won the FA Cup against Chelsea yesterday! It's the 13th time we've won the famous trophy, more than any other club have managed! :D
   So now for the photo's, starting with a beautiful Barn Owl hunting at RSPB Ham Wall one evening last week, and including Cattle Egret, Bitterns in flight, Mute Swan cygnets, Great Crested Grebe family, Reed Warblers, Chiffchaffs, Skylarks, Pochard ducklings, flock of Ringed Plover, Great White Egrets, Poppies, Daisies, Red Legged Partridge, Red Kite, Marsh Harrier food passes and loads more!! :)

It's going to be epic!

^Above^ - Barn Owl at RSPB Ham Wall

^Above^ - Cattle Egret at Ham Wall

^Above^ - Mute Swans and cygnets at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Flock of Ringed Plover at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Red Kite at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Female Pochard and ducklings at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Pochard at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Marsh Harriers at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Marsh Harrier food passes at Ham Wall, the male drops prey to the female.

^Above^ - Great Spotted Woodpecker at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Grey Herons at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Bitterns at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Great Crested Grebe family at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Cormorants at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Gadwall at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Mallards at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Marsh Harrier (Top) arguing with a Bittern (Bottom) at Ham Wall!

^Above^ - Blackbirds at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Chaffinches at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Goldfinches at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Great White Egrets at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Reed Buntings at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Young Carrion Crow at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Little Grebe at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Red Admiral at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Four Spotted Chasers at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Damselfly at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Banded Demoiselle at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Swift at Somerton in Somerset.

^Above^ - House Martin nest building at Somerton.

^Above^ - House Martins at Somerton.

^Above^ - Red Legged Partridge at Whatley in Somerset.

^Above^ - Woodpigeons at Apex Park in Burnham on Sea in Somerset.

^Above^ - Song Thrushes at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Reed Warblers at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Jay at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Magpie at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Chiffchaffs at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Fledgling Chiffchaffs at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Young Blackbird at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Lesser Black Back Gulls at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Female House Sparrow at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Goldfinches at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Wren at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Male Blackbird at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Bees at Apex Park, they have a nest in a tree stump there!

^Above^ - Hoverfly on Daisy at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Grey Wagtail near Gillingham in Dorset.

^Above^ - Roe Deer at Edithmead in Somerset.

^Above^ - Young Starling at Edithmead.

^Above^ - Herring Gull at the Avon Gorge in Bristol.

^Above^ - Long Tailed Tits at the Avon Gorge.

^Above^ - Magpie at the Avon Gorge.

^Above^ - Dunnock at the Avon Gorge.

^Above^ - Distant Peregrine Falcon right over the other side of the Avon Gorge!

^Above^ - Skylarks near Cerne Abbas in Dorset.

^Above^ - Whitethroats near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Yellowhammer near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Scrapping Woodpigeons near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Singing Robin near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Swallows near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Rooks near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Young Rook near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Female House Sparrow and fledgling near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Male Pheasant near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Linnet near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Rapeseed fields near Cerne Abbas.

^Above^ - Great White Egret at RSPB Greylake in Somerset.

^Above^ - Reed Buntings at Greylake.

^Above^ - Sparrowhawk with prey at Greylake.

^Above^ - Reed Warblers at Greylake.

^Above^ - Little Egret at Greylake.

^Above^ - Roe Deer stag at Greylake.

^Above^ - Young Starlings in my home Somerset village.

^Above^ - Jackdaw in my home village.

^Above^ - Young Blackbirds in my garden, being fed by the dad in the bottom pics!

^Above^ - Collared Doves in my Somerset garden.

^Above^ - Robins in my Somerset garden.

^Above^ - Young Great Spotted Woodpecker in my garden.

^Above^ - Rook in my Somerset garden.

^Above^ - Blue Tit looking for Spiders in my Somerset garden.

^Above^ - Bathing Great Tit in my Somerset garden.

^Above^ - Jackdaw in my garden.

^Above^ - Chaffinches in my garden.

^Above^ - Young Starlings being fed by adults in my garden.

^Above^ - Bickering Woodpigeons in my garden.

^Above^ - Male Blackbird with food in my garden.

^Above^ - Female Blackbird in my garden.

^Above^ - Goldfinches enjoying Sunflower Hearts in my garden.

^Above^ - Cheeky Grey Squirrel in my garden.

^Above^ - Conversation under the blossom at the Avon Gorge.

^Above^ - Summer fly swarms at Ham Wall.

^Above^ - Poppies at Apex Park, one with a Bumble Bee visitor!

^Above^ - Cornflower at Apex Park.

^Above^ - Backlit Oxeye Daisies at Ham Wall.

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