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Recent content by Shirley Roulston

  1. Shirley Roulston

    Teal

    Thanks for the replies.
  2. Shirley Roulston

    Teal

    Why has this Teal got a blue tinge rather than a green one. It was in Porthmadog to-day.
  3. Shirley Roulston

    Siberian Chiffchaff

    Should this Siberian Chiffchaff have yellow legs, please. The photo was taken to-day at Nefyn Gwynedd.
  4. Shirley Roulston

    Possible Pochard

    Tufted Duck is good enough for me, thank you for the reply.
  5. Shirley Roulston

    Possible Pochard

    Could this be the Pochard that was reported at Cricieth recently, to-day.
  6. Shirley Roulston

    Chiffchaff or Willow Warbler

    Thank you for the reply and I do agree with you as to its a Willow Warbler.
  7. Shirley Roulston

    Chiffchaff or Willow Warbler

    Even now after taking photos for 9 years I still get mixed up. Last night at 5pm got the dark photos and the legs are yellowy orange but the feathers point towards a Chiffchaff. Bad light last night nearly dark. Blue sky this morning and re-located the bird I think. Nefyn/ 26th Oct.
  8. Mediterranean Gull

    Mediterranean Gull

    The gull in front is a Black-headed Gull, the Med gull has no black feathers at all.
  9. Shirley Roulston

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Motley Crew'

    Yes, the big boys are in shore ( not town ) ready for trouble.
  10. Shirley Roulston

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Bearded Tits'

    You must have been so excited, wonderful birds.
  11. Shirley Roulston

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Beaver Damage'

    Didn't realise what damage they do.
  12. Shirley Roulston

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Side portrait of a Bempton Cliffs Gannet'

    Amazing shot of the eye, first class.
  13. Mistle Thrush

    Mistle Thrush

    A fleeting glance of this massive Thrush then he was gone.
  14. Shirley Roulston

    First-winter Dusky Thrush - Beeley, Derbyshire - 08.12.16

    These photos are stunning, the light is awful these days but that Thrush is a fantastic find.
  15. Black Redstart

    Black Redstart

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