Thursday, 30 April 2015

Quite a few pictures

Yesterday morning saw me in the Muggleswick area. The first bird I heard then saw was a Redstart but it was at a distance, it did briefly fly a bit closer but it landed against the light. Loads of Meadow Pipit were around and a Red Kite passed overhead followed by two Buzzards. The Pied Flycatcher was in its usual place and showed well. On the way home, I saw a Mistle Thrush gathering nesting material.
Early afternoon it was Burdon Moor. Again, loads of Meadow Pipit but unfortunately the Whinchat did not put in an appearance while I was there. A pair of Blackcap gave me the run around but I was only able to get a shot of the female. Three female and one male Wheatear were posing well as was the resident Kestrel.
 
 

Distant Redstart

 
Take off
 
Male Redstart a little closer
 
Meadow Pipit
 
Resting Meadow Pipit
 

Red Kite

 
Red Kite always nice to see
 

Buzzard

 
Second of the pair
 
Pied Flycatcher
 
Pied Flycatcher
 

Gathering nesting material
 

Is that a cobweb it has in with the moss
 
Mistle Thrush gathering nesting material
 
Meadow Pipit
 

Female Blackcap
 


Robin feeding
 
Male Wheatear
 
Female Wheatear


 

Another female


 
Kestrel
 
Kestrel

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