Places to visit

Places to visit

Places to visit
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Fiesty Avocets chasing off the Marsh Harrier

It was great fun watching the 3 hour battle between the Marsh Harriers and Avocets while waiting for...
Posted to: Blacktoft Sands
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Never seen a Magpie on a bird feeder until my visit to Blacktoft on 23/5/15

just managed to get a quick picture of the couple of seconds it was clinging onto the feeder 1 footed
Posted to: Blacktoft Sands
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Nice posing Common Lizard

An (old) pic of a lizard found basking on a log behind East Wood on the 16th June, 2014. Sorry, I must...
Posted to: Lakenheath Fen
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Odd woodpecker angle

As it says. This bird had, just moments earlier, helped mob a Hobby trying to perch up in West Wood....
Posted to: Lakenheath Fen
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Common Mayfly, newly emerged.

Big eruption of these on Sunday, 24th May. So much so that even the Hobbies were taking advantage by...
Posted to: Lakenheath Fen
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A half-decent cuckoo pic

It just would not turn around!!
Posted to: Lakenheath Fen
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Agapanthia villosoviridescens! (AKA The golden-bloomed grey longhorn beetle!)

A common longhorn beetle at Lakenheath... this is my first sighting of one this year... but no doubt...
Posted to: Lakenheath Fen
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Young (second instar) Emperor moth caterpillars

Found in a few colonies along the river bank near the Washland viewpoint.
Posted to: Lakenheath Fen
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Greylag and mosquitos

Maybe the re-sizing of the image will remove the detail, but in this shot you can see the legs on one...
Posted to: Lakenheath Fen
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Greyalg and goslings

Digiscoped, Swarovski and Fuji X100
Posted to: Lakenheath Fen
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Greylag geese

Digiscoped.
Posted to: Lakenheath Fen
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Conops vesicularis, a rare type of thick-headed fly

Found flying on the riverbank near the Washland viewpoint. A new one for me, and already reported to...
Posted to: Lakenheath Fen
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