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

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  1. bewick's swan

    bewick's swan

  2. robin

    robin

  3. common cranes

    common cranes

  4. bewick's swan

    bewick's swan

  5. sardinian warbler (female)

    sardinian warbler (female)

  6. marsh harrier

    marsh harrier

  7. dartford warbler

    dartford warbler

  8. booted eagle

    booted eagle

  9. penduline tit

    penduline tit

    really wanted to be on the picture LOL
  10. sardinian warbler (male)

    sardinian warbler (male)

  11. golden plovers and co

    golden plovers and co

    golden plovers, with lapwings, dunlins, little stints and a ruff.
  12. common cranes

    common cranes

    they arrived a few weeks later than usual, but now they're present in good numbers
  13. bluethroat

    bluethroat

  14. penduline tit

    penduline tit

  15. bearded reedling

    bearded reedling

    looks like a male juvenile, moulting into 1st winter. I read in the literature that the bearded reedlings in the Camargue suspend their moult during the winter months, which may explain why this one hasn't acquired its first winter plumage yet. Or maybe due to the exceptional warm temperatures...
  16. reed bunting

    reed bunting

    male non-breeding
  17. dunlins and little stints

    dunlins and little stints

  18. bluethroat

    bluethroat

  19. water rail

    water rail

    taken from a bird hide, full frame
  20. bearded reedling (male)

    bearded reedling (male)

  21. wren

    wren

  22. sardinian warbler

    sardinian warbler

  23. dunlin

    dunlin

  24. sparrowhawk

    sparrowhawk

  25. little grebe

    little grebe

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