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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.


  1. White wagtail

    White wagtail

    Both adults were very noisy when I took my pics. Fun fact is that they also landed near me to catch insects.
  2. Stonechat


    The female of a breeding pair.
  3. Male kf

    Male kf

    A very busy daddy these days.
  4. Common kingfisher

    Common kingfisher

    Preening time for the male after a few dips into the water. The burrow is dirty.
  5. White-throated dipper

    White-throated dipper

    The adult dipper from my previous uploads with nesting material for a next brood.
  6. Common kingfisher

    Common kingfisher

    Back view birds.
  7. Common buzzard

    Common buzzard

    Back view birds.
  8. White wagtail

    White wagtail

    Close to my place in the shade of a tree.
  9. White-throated Dipper Youngster

    White-throated Dipper Youngster

    Not begging for food. Can you believe this?
  10. Little ringed plover

    Little ringed plover

    The plover allowed me to play around with the mirroring effect of the water.
  11. White-throated dippers

    White-throated dippers

    One more feeding scene.
  12. White-throated dipper

    White-throated dipper

    with fish for the youngster.
  13. Common buzzard

    Common buzzard

    No new bops for me. The goshawks have nestlings now.
  14. Feed me

    Feed me

    Obviously very hungry.
  15. Feed me !!

    Feed me !!

    Only one youngster. Maybe the first fledgling.
  16. White-throated dipper

    White-throated dipper

    Seafood for the youngster.
  17. Common buzzard

    Common buzzard

    Normally extremely shy.
  18. Common buzzard

    Common buzzard

    Not injured and not very shy. 😊
  19. Tawny pipit

    Tawny pipit

    Close-up. Thanks for the ID support.
  20. Ruddy shelducks

    Ruddy shelducks

    There are very small resident populations of this species in Northwest Africa and Ethiopia, but the main breeding area of the bird is from southeast Europe across the Palearctic to Lake Baikal, Mongolia, and western China. Eastern populations are mostly migratory, wintering in the Indian...
  21. Migratory wheatear

    Migratory wheatear

    Not an easy one without camouflage. It was simply too late for a hide.
  22. European stonechat

    European stonechat

    He is now with a female.
  23. Northern Lapwing

    Northern Lapwing

    Stopover in the gravel pit.
  24. Little ringed plovers

    Little ringed plovers

    A last mating shot.
  25. Tawny pipit

    Tawny pipit

    Almost two weeks with terrible cold weather are over. Took my bike for skylarks and received a pipit. 🤣