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    Newbie confused with little brown birds!

    Thank you, very helpful!
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    Newbie confused with little brown birds!

    Is it just me or do others get confused with all the different (and to me, similar) small brown birds. I often struggle to differntiate between sparrows and dunnocks etc. I took this photo at Leighton Moss Nature Reserve, Lancashire the other day and not sure what it is. Any help much appreciated.
  3. Little Egret

    Little Egret

    Both Little and Great White Egrets were queuing up to have their photos taken on Morecambe Bay (Eric Morecambe hide) this morning!
  4. Little Egret

    Little Egret

  5. Curlew

    Curlew

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    Hi from a Lancashire lad (old lad!) just extending his photography to include birds.

    I've been into photography of most genres for some time but never had the confidence to try bird photography....until recently. I've only been out a couple of times with the intention of shooting birds (with the camera!), but have found it thoroughly enjoyable and challenging but have had some...
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    Are these Bar Tailed Godwits?

    Thank you all very much for your help.
  8. Landing Swan.jpg

    Landing Swan.jpg

  9. Grey Heron Takeoff.jpg

    Grey Heron Takeoff.jpg

  10. Bearded Tit.jpg

    Bearded Tit.jpg

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    Are these Bar Tailed Godwits?

    Hi all, I'm fairly new to birding and struggle sometimes with identification. I was out yesterday and managed to photograph Curlews, Dunlin, Oystercatchers, Redshank and Little Egrets - I managed to put a name those! The ones in the photo I'm not sure if they are Bar tailed Godwits. Any help in...
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