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Heron foraging on our lochan (and flying off when I got too close!)

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8 hours ago, unintended1 said:

Lovely to see Barry. 

Yes it was and even better it was replaced by an adult but it was more aware and no chance of a photo .

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Trying out the Z50 with the FTZ adapter and in this case the Sigma 150-600. Impressed so far...

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3 minutes ago, unintended1 said:

Nice one Ben :^

+1 , like the crow hard to get a good photo .

We have a gang of magpies in our garden generally terrorising the little birds . The wife saw one on the roof with a House Sparrow's egg in it's beak , the two parents ranting at it . Another sits on top the hedge where a Blackbird's nest is , the Blackbirds usually chase it off . Best was last year when we had the Swallows nest in the cabin , any Magpie getting too close got dived bombed by the male Swallow who kept watch from the TV aerial .

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Thanks Keith and Barry; we have some Robins nesting in the neighbouring garden and the local pair of magpies goes in there and you can hear the poor chicks and Robins tweeting like crazy.  I don’t think they’ve taken any because I can still hear them and regularly see at least one fledgling in the garden. Real gangsters the Magpies.

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1 hour ago, Tony_J said:

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Do you know what they are Tony ?

I'm thinking 1. Meadow Pipit - 2. Juvenile Wheatear  - 3 . Rock Pipit - 4. Little Plover

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8 minutes ago, Bazzer said:

Do you know what they are Tony ?

I'm thinking 1. Meadow Pipit - 2. Juvenile Wheatear  - 3 . Rock Pipit - 4. Little Plover

Ringed plover rater than little, but otherwise spot on.

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