Winter is definitely here , it’s really cold here today at the meadow hide. The hide is protected from the wind and elements by a bank of trees but the trees also block most of the sun , so the hide is permanently in the shade. What even the temperature is outside its always a few degrees colder inside. That’s a real advantage in the warmer months, but those days are well behind us now.
Anyway , lots of activity here today with a good variety of bird species on parade , including Redwing , Jay , Coal tit and all the usual woodland birds. Here are a few images……..
One of the highlights from our first year at the meadow hide has been watching the Great Spotted Woodpeckers come and go and raise their young.
Who doesn’t love a Robin ? Want to get to know the robin a little better ? click here
“Regarding the creative: never assume you’re the master, only the student. Your audience will determine if you’re masterful.” ― Don Roff The one question I’m often asked is what’s you top tip for wildlife photography ? For me personally it’s a difficult question to answer, probably because I don’t think of myself as a wildlife photographer. In […]