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corncrake

  1. Corncrake

    Corncrake

    When we least expected it, in somebody's garden...
  2. Tory Island Corncrake

    Tory Island Corncrake

    Corncrake seen on Tory Island, Co Donegal, Ireland Saturday 12th May 2007.
  3. Corncrake_Finland

    Corncrake_Finland

    It was 10.39 PM in June in Finland and there was still enough light to take photo. I play voice of corncrake to get it out of fiield and I succeeded.
  4. Corncrake

    Corncrake

    One of my favourite shots of the year and very much one of my favourite birds too. Another oldie here.... http://www.birdforum.net/pp_gallery/showphoto.php/photo/26329/sort/1/cat/500/page/1
  5. Heading for cover

    Heading for cover

    This is my contribution to the images of Corncrake taken this summer at Balranald RSPB.
  6. Corncrake

    Corncrake

    The past two weeks I have been photographing garden birds on a new range of feeders for the next RSPB catalogue, so I can't show any brand new shots, but I have got some stunning shots that you will see when the catalogue is sent out. However this is only a few weeks ago on my last trip to...
  7. Corncrake

    Corncrake

    Had a great time photographing these, by going a couple of weeks earlier this year they were easier to see as there was less growth of vegetation
  8. Corncrake

    Corncrake

    An earlier than usual visit this year, two weeks less growth of vegetation made finding Corncrakes considerably easier.
  9. Corncrake

    Corncrake

    This is a crop from the full frame, it has been sized down from the 1280x1084 pixel image that is now available as a wallpaper on my website, along with the recent Golden Plover in flight image. www.nigelblake.co.uk or http://members.lycos.co.uk/nigelblake/index.htm To answer the many enquiries...
  10. Corncrake

    Corncrake

    Just home from a week on North Uist, took well over 2000 images of 37 species in total, but this was the bird the stole the show....... I got nearly 300 pix of Corncrake, including some shots of one running, will load a few more images from the trip in the next few days.
  11. Corncrake

    Corncrake

    It was definitely worth struggling over the fields with all the camera gear for this shot!
  12. Corncrake

    Corncrake

    Had a brilliant afternoon watching this usually shy and skulking bird out in the open and showing down to around 10m!
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