love the middle one
Gooses always bein’ lined up Good and Proper
Not had a chance to go out for ages, local lake had to do. Egyptian Geese, and a Greylag Goose (I think) close up.
Didn't get a snap, but had a Willow Warbler in the garden yesterday, which was wonderful to see.
I saw a cormorant on the Thames and a nuthatch in a wood. No camera though
Just found this short video I took last summer on a magical afternoon at Minsmere
Oh, just saw thy was already posted. As you were.
Grey wagtail (apols for horrible pic)
Only had my phone (shit pic) but not sure what this is... Mainly a grey / brown on colour but I didn't think Kestrel. (No hovering just gliding)
Buzzard through some bins, hence crappy pic
Sparrowhawk - they're fond of gliding.
I don't think I have ever seen one before.
Is this Limehouse Marina? We have a pair nesting near the boats.
No it was the Thames at Marlow
I am aware this is a bit morbid but still wanted to share, as I thought it looks very graceful -
a sleeping pigeon on the ground where I park my bike:
A little robin inspected the front tyre of my kona the other day
In other news, after Sunday’s meeting with a owl, I have met this family of Mandarins. If ducks did Strava...
While we're busy leading our mediocre human lives and reckoning we're the pinnacle of creation, animals quietly go about doing amazing things all the time (that for them are probably quite normal and routine):
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