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  1. Sunrise and rabbits

    Sunrise and rabbits

    Early morning and they didn't see me so I took advantage of the backlighting
  2. Melanistic pheasant

    Melanistic pheasant

    Male pheasnat
  3. I'm looking at you!

    I'm looking at you!

    Blue tit on a twig
  4. Mr Weasel

    Mr Weasel

    The Weasel has to be my favourite animal and my avatar too.
  5. Stoat


    Mr Stoat on the hunt for Bunnies.
  6. Razorbill


    Taken at Bempton Cliffs, probably at about 04.30 as the sun was rising so you get that soft, warm light, which makes it so much easier to get the exposure correct plus, at that time of day you have the place to yourself.
  7. Greyhen


    The female of the species to my Black Grouse post.
  8. Peacock Butterfly

    Peacock Butterfly

    In 2013 we had a trip back to the UK to visit family and friends. While we were staying in Yorkshire, our friends recommended visiting the Nosterfield Local Nature Reserve, a small reserve a few miles away. Plenty of birds as well as butterflies.
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    Lady Amherst's Pheasant in Yorkshire???

    Lady Amherst's Pheasant in Yorkshire??? Hi all! I joined specifically to see if someone could confirm this for me! I have just been walking my dog (West Yorkshire) and am confident I've just seen a Lady Amherst's Pheasant. I've tried to find information online about them and have searched...
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  11. Carlton Bank Trig Point.JPG

    Carlton Bank Trig Point.JPG

    Resting my rucksack against the Trig Point at the top of Carlton Bank, which is situated on the North Yorkshire Moors section of the Cleveland Way National Trail.
  12. Little Egret (crop)

    Little Egret (crop)

    Cropped version of previous photo
  13. Little Egret

    Little Egret

    Spotted in a field in Yorkshire, on the way to Richmond. Taken from a bus. A first for me.
  14. A better shot this time

    A better shot this time

    same dunnock but this time from a better angle
  15. A chuckaway shot?

    A chuckaway shot?

    This frame of a carrion crow looked rubbish on the back of the camera but I quite like how the feather detail has been handled.
  16. Dunnock 1

    Dunnock 1

    A dunnock which came down in front of the hide, stayed long enough for a few frames.
  17. Long-tailed Tit

    Long-tailed Tit

    one of a number of birds visiting the feeding station at Forge Valley
  18. Robin


    Robin coming to feeding station at Forge Valley
  19. Nuthatch


    Nuthatch coming to feeding station at Forge Valley near Scarborough Yorkshire
  20. Black-necked Grebe

    Black-necked Grebe

    Well it was there when I pressed the shutter
  21. Black-necked grebe

    Black-necked grebe

    One of the 2 pairs I saw yesterday
  22. Black-necked grebe

    Black-necked grebe

    1 bird of 4 that I saw yesterday in Yorkshire - I'll not be anymore specific as they are a rare breeder
  23. Patch tick!

    Patch tick!

    Water rail, first one I've seen on my local patch. I'd like to say I found it but someone in the hide drew my attention to the bird. So nice to see one out in the open though. 100% crop
  24. Grey Heron

    Grey Heron

    Taken on the Leeds - Liverpool canal not far from Apperley Bridge in Yorkshire
  25. Whimbrel


    Spotted this Whimbrel at Flamborough Head, East Yorkshire, UK on Monday 6th May 2013 approx 5pm