Tuesday, 23 December 2014

WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY - Birds seen on walk to Quarr Abbey

 On Sunday while the rest of the family were delivering presents on the Isle of Wight I walked to Quarr Abbey and these are the birds I photographed.  I also saw Goldcrest, Blue Tit, Magpie and Jay as I walked through a forest area.  More photos of my walk in a later post.



Robin


Carrion Crow


Wood Pigeon


Pheasant


Black headed Gull


JackDaw


Pied Wagtail


These are 2 shots of Quarr Abbey. 
The first one is taken at a distance and the second is shot when I arrived there.


I hope you enjoyed these few shots of the birds I saw along my walk to Quarr Abbey.  

I am linking this post with WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY.

Thank you for visiting and also to those who leave comments.

28 comments:

  1. Hi Margaret, Grant and I read your blog post together and we laughed at: "while others were delivering presents, I took a walk to Quar Abbey and these are the birds I photographed:" ! That's a true birder. We'll finish Christmas lunch on Thursday, come home with my dishes, left over food, pack it away and I'll change into shorts. Then we'll be off to see what birds are out and about on Christmas afternoon! I published my post in error today, (me and the days, these days, LOL) and placed it on schedule. Have a wonderful, blessed Christmas. Greetings from Jo and Grant (Tanzania)

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    1. Hi Jo. You say. 'When we come back home on Christmas day' where do you have lunch that day? Glad I gave you both a laugh. if ever I manage to visit you, I can see we will be up and out early birding until we all drop!!!! But what better way to spend fun hours than in God's nature.

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  2. The Abbey is magnificent Margaret and I thoroughly enjoyed your birds today. Merry Christmas and A Very Happy New Year!

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  3. a lovely bunch! i love the carrion crow shot!

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  4. Your robins look so different than ours, even their beaks. Do they run around on the ground picking up worms, like ours do?
    ~

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  5. loved seeing your birds, margaret. your photos are really gorgeous!

    wishing you and yours a very merry christmas! :)) xoxo

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  6. You have captured some wonderful birds.

    I I hope you have a wonderful Christmas Margaret and I'm sure 2015 will be kind to you. xx

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  7. Busy with the birds, excellent images, have a merry christmas Margaret.

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  8. What a delightful walk. And birds. Thank you so much.

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  9. Margaret,
    dreamed watching your beautiful pictures.
    All birds are real models.
    Merry Christmas!

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  10. Quarr Abbey is very fascinating. Hope to see more from it too.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  11. Look forward to a photographic year with your images from your travels Margaret.

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  12. Beautiful scenery and birds. For me the Robin is the best!

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  13. The Abbey is awesome! My favorite here is the pheasant, they are always very impressive.

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  14. A lovely selection from your walk Margaret.

    Best wishes for a Happy Christmas.

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  15. Wonderful pictures. Love the Robin. Have a wonderful Christmas

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  16. What a lovely group of birds you saw on your walk. I love the little Robin perched on the wire fence.

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  17. Wonderful birds and sightings.. The Robing and Wagtail are some of my favorites.. Great shots! Merry Christmas!

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  18. Can't belive how green it is even in midwinter..............

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  19. There is something about those crows... lovely pictures,thanks for sharing,phyllis

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  20. Hi Margaret,
    What a delight to see all these adorable guys through your blog!
    Thank you for the same.

    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace :)

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  21. The magnificent Abby, wow, and while I enjoy all of the birds. The Robin is brilliant. Merry Christmas Margaret~

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  22. Nice place. :) I loved t osee the little Robin. Gorgeous shot of it.

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  23. The Abby looks like a beautiful location. Enjoyed your shots of the birds! I love it whenever we see a pheasant around our place.

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  24. Hi Margaret. You came back with a lovely selection of birds from your trip to to the Abbey.

    Have yourself a Happy Christmas.

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