Topic: Warblers

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Attenborough May 2019

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Pics from Attenborough on a lovely early summers day.  Lots of camera-shy hobbies flying around!

Wicken Fen, June 2019

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A walk (and boat trip) around Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire.  One of the oldest nature reserves (1899!) and the fifth property bought by the National Trust.

Attenborough, June 2007

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Spent Father's Day taking Dad around Attenborough. Lots of young birds - Reed Warblers and Whitethroats, Tree Sparrows, Great Tits, Coot, Moorhen, Mute Swan and Mallard all got photographed.

There were also a large number of Banded Demoiselle dragonfly-type creatures around; enough that we saw a sparrow catch (and drop) one, one got caught and eaten by a spider, and we found just the wings of another on the path. Mating Ladybirds and a bunch of Peacock Butterfly caterpillars, and some strange cricket-type critters, were amongst the other insects we saw, not counting all the flies and midges.

Attenborough, May 2007

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Just a walk on a sunny day, and everywhere around were young birds...

Attenborough, April 2007

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Mostly just pictures of Great Crested Grebe as one was very accommodating, fishing just under the bridge near the car park. With it being so close and spending so long fishing, I hoped I'd get at least one decent shot!

Attenborough, December 2004

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Taken before the visitor's centre was opened - the door's still boarded up.

The reason there are twitchers in some of the photographs was due to the appearance of a Sora Rail, the photographs of which are elsewhere.