Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Hersery Nature Reserve, Isle of Wight

I visited Hersey Nature Reserve a few days ago and these are ALL the birds I saw there.  I am sorry they are not good quality due to distance and lighting.  These new building and are Beach huts just beside the entrance of the Reserve.  Come with me as we walk around this small Reserve.




Tree is full blossom.


Goldcrest





Greenshank





Canada Geese


Black headed Gull



Jackdaw


Mute Swan


Teal


Coot


Chiffchaff







We have come near to the end of our walk and we can see the lovely beach huts coming into view again.


Thank you for coming along with me.


Many thanks for leaving comments on this post.

26 comments:

  1. Great photos and very interesting to see what a Ramsar site is like over your way. I guess that when the migratory birds are all around or passing through it would get rather busy.
    Sorry my comment is late - we had a very big storm yesterday that knocked out my internet connection for more than 24 hours.

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  2. Well done with the Goldcrest.

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  3. What a delightful walk - thank you.

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  4. What a peaceful place, Margaret, and bird- friendly too! Great post. Jo

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  5. Hello Margaret, looks like a great place for the birds. I love the Goldcrest.. Have a happy day!

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  6. Lovely post Margaret with some great photos. So enjoyed sharing your walk :)

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  7. Wonderful wildlife images from early spring. I especially like the way you framed the 24th shot!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  8. Lovely photos! The goldcrest is adorable.

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  9. Lots of great images here. That looks like a wonderful place.

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  10. quite the fancy beach huts! i couldn't load a lot of the photos again today, but what i saw was enjoyable. love the goldcrest.

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  11. This was a fun trip with you today! I enjoyed all of your photos.

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  12. Well done on getting the Goldcrest probably I think one of the hardest to photograph due to their fidgety nature. It looks great, though I am not sure if the new beach huts I prefer the old fashion style.

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  13. Wonderful bird-rich area.
    I love the Goldcrest.
    Perfect photography, Margaret.

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  14. Wonderful bird shots! Those huts are quite unique in design.

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  15. What beautiful photos, Margaret! And I love the beach hut photos. I'm a big fan of repetition in a photo. It really appeals to me.

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  16. I love the black headed gull, and the row of houses seen through the reeds, those shots are so pretty! I also enjoyed the little bird taking off with his wings high up in the air. Gosh that Goldcrest looks like a Goldfinch!

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  17. Beautiful beach huts Margaret, and the birds, so many there.

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  18. Such large beach huts. Favourite bird is the goldcrest.

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  19. That was a great walk. So much to see. Thanks for sharing these images.

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  20. Great area for birding, wonderful photos.

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  21. Lovely post. I couldn't help but think that those beach houses coming into view in the distance reminded me of birdhouses.

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  22. Do people stay in the huts? Great shot of the bird alighting from its perch.

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  23. protecting these birds is so important but that makes it difficult to get good images!!! i wondered about the huts as well. are they just there for viewing or can you stay overnight in them????

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  24. Those are the fanciest beach huts I've ever seen!

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