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by Bob Brind-Surch, professional photographer and naturalist . http://www.naturesphotos.co.uk There is one question I receive more than any other either from people at camera club talks or booking on one of my workshops or tours. “How long a lens do I need for wildlife photography ?” I have thought about this often either as I…
THE HIDE – RAIN
The Hide , Friday 17th March 2023 Another early start today trying to dodge the last of the winter rain showers. The inclement weather had little effect on the local feathered population, who were all present in good numbers. One bird who stood out from the crowd was a male Chaffinch, posing for his photograph…
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That’s an interesting bird. It almost looks like it belongs in Australia.
It’s common riverside bird here
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Great videos, I still hope to see one in nature.
What a beauty!
Thank you Marie
I love watching the kingfishers along the River Lea and at RSPB Rye Meads, both of which are a short distance from my home in Epping. I prefer watching them along the river which is their natural environment. In March 2015 I watched a pair around their natural nest site in the river bank. At Rye Meads it is almost too easy as they nest in an artificial kingfisher bank and unfortunately the hide can get a bit crowded.
We have a pair near to us here , lovely bird