Friday, January 30, 2009

Fieldfare and Larks

The winter migrants will be heading north soon, so I thought I would give them another visit.
The birds listen to the soil, for worms below. I also recently came across a group of skylarks. A bird that I always love to photograph. A number of the birds were ascending skyward in song flight, which seems to be early in the year, but much appreciated.

5 comments:

Vickie said...

Beautiful images. That top one reminds me of our robin but with a different wardrobe.

Quantum Tiger said...

Once again - beautiful shots and great light. I love the inquisative pose of the second fieldfare shot. Great work...

jackaranda said...

What superb photographs of the birds you have captured. A joy to see.

T and S said...

Beautiful poses, amazing Bokeh and incredible composition Richard. This is top notch work

Rich Steel said...

Thanks for the replies. I am just about to post some more 'thrush' shots. March is the month I usually go out to take some photos of skylarks with the bonus of the occasional northern wheatear towards the end of the month. Spring is always a busy time and the unusual can always turn up as migration gets under way.

Cheers

Rich

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