Monday, 1 November 2010

Marazion and Stithians today

Still quiet and not much happening at all. While six million people chased and harrased the American Bittern at Zennor, I decided to photograph the Uk one at Marazion. It did a short flight today of its own accord and I managed to get one shot. A Wren also gave me the opportunity to photograph one of them also, first for a while. At Stithians I managed to get one of the Great Spotted Woodpecker. Had a quick look from the main hide, nearest bird was a Lapwing approximatly a mile away, really need some water in here to increase the levels. Onto todays images:

Stonechat posing well.

Wren spotted in the gorse

UK Bittern at Marazion

GS Woodpecker at Stithians

5 comments:

JRandSue said...

Great images Bob,love the Bittern flight shot.
Also loved the American Bittern,which i did not disturb.
We went on Friday and had a poor sighting,however on Sunday we got lucky,and saw it for 30 seconds.
Well worth the three hour wait.
John.

holdingmoments said...

Cracking shots of the Woodie and the Stonechat.

Anthony Miners said...

Well done Bob knew you would get a flight shot soon and i'm sure this is just the beginning.Looking forward to coming down again soon to try my luck with the Bittern

Dominic Gendron said...

The woodpecker is awseome! Love the flying bittern also ;) Have a good week!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

These are all very nice images!