Having replaced my satellite dish and spent a frustrating morning trying to align the bugger I gave up and went to Marazion instead. Great light for pictures but few opportunities despite numerous sightings of Bittern Kingfisher, Buzzard etc. I am sure Bittern numbers are now up to three at Marazion. Song Thrush, Grey Herons and a large number of snipe feeding in the open were also present. Ok enough waffle and onto todays pictures which sadly aren't that good today.
|Snipe feeding in the open|
|Crow looks like he has helped himself to someone's lunch|
|Great Heron shot at ISO 6400|
|Buzzard observing the rabbit population.|
|Grey Wagtail. This bird was doing a fancy dance routine on the water when I realised he was actually feeding on some insects/flies larvae? Anyhow it looked quite entertaining so here are a couple of images.|