Friday, April 18, 2008

Ninja Pheasants
I came across a couple of cock pheasants battling it out the other day in the middle of a quiet road. Unfortunately I only just caught the end of the dispute but managed to get a few snaps before they disappeared and continued their disagreement in the undergrowth.
Most of the fight consisted of the birds face to face and bobbing up and down waiting for the other show a weak moment for attack.
Then one bird would jump up for the attack.
Before they returned to the orignal squared up positions and the process was repeated.This last shot was the beginning of the final leap before they disappeared into the adjoing undergrowth.

5 comments:

Stacey Huston said...

Fantastic shots. such a rare site to see. great job

Sandpiper said...

These are OUTSTANDING!! You must have been excited when you saw these!!

The Birdlady said...

I'm glad I wandered in here - these are so much fun to see!

Rich Steel said...

Thanks for the replies. I must admit I was slightly mezmerised watching these two and almost forgot to start taking photos!!. Not a sight you see too often but certainly a colourful spectacle.

Cheers

Rich

Robin Robinson said...

Again, incredible work you are doing.

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