Category Archives: Bird photography

Bird Photography on Texel (Part 3)

Part 3 of my bird photography on Texel while I was there with the family at the end of May. Here is another selection of birds that I managed to capture either as I drove round in the two hours after sunrise or on foot as we cycled round the island during the day. The…

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Bird photography on Texel (Part 2)

The second installment of my trip for bird photography on Texel. These are just a random selection uploaded as I process my images so no real order to them but they give a flavour of the images I created. There are a lot more Sandwich terns to cone as I spent a really enjoyable couple…

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Bird photography on Texel, Netherlands

I’ve just returned from a few days’ bird photography on Texel, Netherlands and I’m now going through the images. It wasn’t just a bird  photography trip, I was out there with the family but I managed to get a few hours in from first light until breakfast each day and then again in the last…

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Moorland birds and mammals

I had to head up to Pately Bridge to undertake an ecologocal survey on a barn at dusk, so I decided to head up there early and try for some photos of moorland birds and mammals in the late evening sun. The grouse were there in plenty but none really played ball until one perched…

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Treecreeper saves the day!

A six mile walk around Winteresett Reservoir today proved fairly fruitless in terms of bird photography with none of the newly arrived migrants performing for the camera. However, just as I was within 500yds of my car, I managed to grab a few shots of a very obliging treecreeper which was busy traversing up and…

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