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marsh harrier

  1. Marsh harrier

    Marsh harrier

  2. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

  3. Marsh harrier

    Marsh harrier

  4. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

    Quartering around the marsh
  5. Soaring

    Soaring

    I couldn't leave that visit to Kinnordy without showing you another shot of the beautiful harriers. No stick this time though.
  6. Mrs is busy now

    Mrs is busy now

    I managed to catch sight of the female Marsh Harrier that day. She's not always so visible once she's on the nest. But she appears to be carrying more nesting material to the new nest site.
  7. Foraging Part 2

    Foraging Part 2

    .... well as you can see, he wasn't foraging for food, but sticks. He came back to that island several times and left with yet another. I presume it was an old nest from something else... Coot perhaps. Sadly they appear to have lost the original nest over by the lone Pine and re-located to...
  8. Foraging Part 1

    Foraging Part 1

    The male Marsh Harrier came a'hunting on the island in front of the hide. Quite a thrill that, as we rarely see them there. However, all was not as it seems, as you will find out from the following picture or two.
  9. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

  10. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

  11. Between the tramlines

    Between the tramlines

    We had a bit of raptor action that day, after the excitement of seeing the Kite on my way to Kinnordy. Here's the female Marsh Harrier flying over the fields at the back of the reserve.
  12. A surprise

    A surprise

    I was travelling on a narrow road up the hill at the back of town when two birds in flight grabbed my attention. Sadly, by the time I'd safely pulled the car over and got out they were very much higher and I only ended with silhouettes. I'd thought Hen Harriers (as they'd historically bred in...
  13. Oh! Didn't know I....

    Oh! Didn't know I....

    .... had this single picture of a Marsh Harrier, one of my better efforts too.
  14. Juvenile Marsh Harrier

    Juvenile Marsh Harrier

  15. Juvenile Marsh Harrier

    Juvenile Marsh Harrier

    Taken from the Bittern Hide RSPB Minsmere. The Harrier was just taking off.
  16. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

  17. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

    Photo taken from the Bittern Hide RSP{B Minsmere.
  18. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

  19. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

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    Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier
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    Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier
  22. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

  23. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

    Have a great weekend y'all.
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    Marsh Harrier

  25. Marsh Harrier

    Marsh Harrier

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