Friday, 6 April 2012

Marsh Lane again.

The beauty of Marsh Lane for me is that it is my local patch only a 15 minute easy drive from home.So this time of year when something decent might drop in I pop over there quite often to have a quick look round.I've been there 3 times this week and each time it was surprisingly cold and gloomy so no decent shots and no rarities.

Whilst a lot of my friends are already getting decent shots of Willow Warblers I continue to struggle to get a decent shot this year of a Chiffchaff.

On two separate days I've been lucky enough to see a Wheatear on the crop field but both times it's been too distant and too gloomy for a decent shots but nice to see anyhow.

I managed some better shots of the year of a Little Ringed Plover from the car park hide.

The Song Thrush was singing out again from the top of it's usual tree in the old road.

A Treecreeper seem to like the trees on the path that leads to the river hide.I've been lucky enough to see it every time but not lucky enough to get a decent shot even though it's happy yo come pretty close.


Marc Heath said...

Great shots Max, top quality and that header shot is out of this world.

Max Silverman said...

Cheers Marc.The Bluethroat is the best bird I've seen and I was lucky to get a shot.