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Buzzard, Raven and Magpie photos from Bulgaria

Posted Wednesday 29th January 2014 at 14:38 by dancho_hristov
I decided to take some time off in the middle of the week and get some Buzzard shots. It's been fairly dry winter which did not offer many opportunities for bird photography. However, the snow is already here and birds are now regularly coming to the feeding sites.

Since the forecast for today suggested snow, I decided to give it a try and go to a hide for Buzzards. At this spot there are also Ravens, Magpies, Red Fox, Golden Jackal and occasionally Golden Eagle. What I wanted most...
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Birds of Barbados - Masked Ducks

Posted Tuesday 28th January 2014 at 03:32 by jimmmer
Visit www.100barbadosbirds.blogspot.com and see the video and photographs of the Masked Ducks
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Spotted Nutcracker photography in Bulgaria

Posted Friday 24th January 2014 at 15:29 by dancho_hristov
Updated Friday 24th January 2014 at 18:47 by dancho_hristov
Nutcrackers are not very rare but for some reason there aren't very many photos of these birds. Perhaps the areas where they live are too distant. Well, not for me.

Nutcrackers can be seen and photographed in Bulgaria just outside my home town.Today I decided to try photographing them.

Initially I wanted something different. A unique photo that you don't see. Rather motivated I woke up at 6 a.m. and sneaked out of the bed to arrive at first light at the Nutcracker...
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Razorbill besides the beach

Posted Friday 24th January 2014 at 08:08 by Moncho
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I saw a black and white spot on the sea which to my surprise was a young razorbill. This bird is not easy to see near the beach. It was beside it because the strong storm Dirk.
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Prodigius traveller in Corrubedo Natural Park

Posted Friday 17th January 2014 at 05:55 by Moncho
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ID:	1383I went to the rocky beach on the border of Corrubedo natural park. I saw a common greenshank. Soon appeared a whimbrel followed by this bar-tailed godwit.This bird holds the record for non-stop flight . It has been followed a female that flew from Alaska to New Zealand traveling 13,690 km without eating. They breed on Artic lands, the western ones migrate in winter to temperate coasts of Europe or South Africa and the eastern ones to China or Oceania. Only rare accidental visitors...
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