Tuesday Treat: Feathered Fun

Photos from our walk on Thursday 27th January. The day started overcast, so apologies if the photos don’t sparkle.

The blackbird, nature’s alarm clock…

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And the mallard, nature’s mocker, for their quack sure does sound like mocking laughter

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The shy little moorhen, always delighted to get a photo of these…

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From shy to flashy… Spectacle Geese aka Egyptian Geese

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More geese, these the more common grey lag

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Black-headed gulls in winter plumage. Love how they all face the same way…

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The swan needs no introduction…

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An immature swan comes in to land (to water?)…

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Loved this immature’s markings, so distinct, as if it’s been embroidered…

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More swans, more ducks, all of a muddle. What’s the attraction?

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If you hadn’t guessed it, a gent on a bike has thrown them some swan-&-duck food. But the gulls are first to it…

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That’s all folks. Hope you enjoyed. I wonder what we’ll have next week? See you all then

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12 Responses to Tuesday Treat: Feathered Fun

  1. Sadje says:

    Great pictures 😀

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  2. Dale says:

    What a wonderful selection of water birds! I am seriously jealous! And of course the gulls were first. They are so rude!

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  3. Amazing pictures! Very cute birds. ❤️❤️

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  4. Nope, Not Pam says:

    I’ve never seen black headed seagulls. Simply amazing 🙂

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  5. Brian Bixby says:

    I’m happy to see the moorhen, as the least familiar of these birds.

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