Tuesday, 28 April 2015

WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY - Birds seen around Seaview Cottages

Following on from my post yesterday when I showed you Seaview Cottages which overlooks Hersey Nature Reserve, today I will show you more birds that I photographed as I walked round and also from the hide at the reserve.


Coot


Mallard


Robin



Greylag Geese




Greenshank



Buzzard





Greenfinch


Jackdaw


Chaffinch


Chiffchaff

I hope you enjoyed seeing these birds and if you missed seeing what I saw at Seaview Cottages yesterday CLICK HERE.

I am linking this post with WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY.


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

31 comments:

  1. A great series! Wonderful birds. I like the pose of the Greylag Geese :)

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  2. Hello Margaret, what a great variety of birds.. I love the robin and the goose.. Great shots. Have a happy day!

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  3. You see more birds in a day than I do in a year! And every picture is perfect. What a beautiful place. Your robin is sweet and quite different from ours.

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  4. Margaret, thank you for popping by my blog and commenting I really appreciate it. I do miss the birds of my childhood, as although we have similar species, not all birds are the same, for example the Robin. The Robin in North America looks nothing like the Robin from Great Britain. You took some wonderful photos there. Have a super day.

    Gill in Canada

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  5. You have a great variety today. How fun.

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  6. Beautiful pictures Margaret.
    I love the geese.

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  7. You did a remarkably job on all the photos. I love the Robin red breast.

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  8. The Greenshank and Greylags are my favorites today. We have Greylags here, but your pictures are exceptional!!

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  9. Love that Greylag Geese with its orange beak.

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  10. Some adorable beaks and plumes.
    I learned about some more birds today, Margaret.
    Thanks for sharing these with all of us.
    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace :)

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  11. Great photos of all the birds. I especially like the Greenshank in plumage colors and patterns I don't see down here.

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  12. That's a great looking Greenshank. I do love waders.

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  13. The beautiful goose reminds me of Mother Goose nursery rhymes. =) blessings ~ tanna

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  14. A lovely selection Margaret. A Greenshank is still on my wanted list for this year.

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  15. When I see a group of birds like this, it makes me want to move out there.

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  16. Wonderful set. The Greylag is a beautiful goose.

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  17. My goodness, you saw all these birds in the same place? I want to go where you go. These are wonderful and there are several in there that I have never heard of. My brain overfloweth with new information. Thanks, Margaret ... a great post.

    Andrea @ FromThe Sol

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  18. Great pictures. You must have ben fairly close to all of these.

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  19. Great images Margaret, I really like the Buzzard and Greenshank

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  20. You have a good selection of pictures there Margaret. I'm really impressed that you managed to get the Greenshank. I find them incredibly hard to approach.

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  21. Excellent variety of birds at the sanctuary Margaret!!
    And I enjoyed the interesting post of the garlic farm in the previous post too.

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  22. The Black-headed Gulls will be feeling left out :-)

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  23. Great captures. Love the geese. They look like what I get when my Embden and African geese breed.

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  24. so, that is where they are? They flew your way and not mine :)

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  25. Wonderful photos! I LOVE the geese!

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  26. Nice collection of birds - and there are a couple of species there that I see most days!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  27. Margaret, fine collection of birds. Thanks for sharing.

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