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


  1. Common Buzzard

    Common Buzzard

    One of several birds seen soaring in the sun
  2. Willow Warbler

    Willow Warbler

    A willow warbler in full song.
  3. Chocolate Mining Bee

    Chocolate Mining Bee

    My first sighting of this species of mining bee in my garden, sat on a tulip leaf
  4. We have take-off.

    We have take-off.

    A male sparrowhawk that heard the sound of my camera shutter and flew out of the garden. I have used ON1 to sharpen the photo given the high ISO
  5. Follow the leader!

    Follow the leader!

    Whooper swans departing the wetland
  6. Sheltering from the rain

    Sheltering from the rain

    A male sparrowhawk taking shelter under a branch in my garden
  7. Twenty Plumed Moth

    Twenty Plumed Moth

    A micro moth resting on the kitchen wall, it is less than a centimetre across.
  8. Waxwing


    Another shot of one of the couple of dozen that turned up towards the end of 2023 and stayed until 2024.
  9. Waxwing


    Bohemian waxwing not too far from home
  10. The toes have it

    The toes have it

    Moorhen on the landing stage in Roundhay Park
  11. Time stood still

    Time stood still

    A little grebe taking a rest instead of constantly diving for food
  12. Sitting Pretty

    Sitting Pretty

    Winter plumage black-headed gull
  13. A good drying day!

    A good drying day!

    A great cormorant holding out its wings
  14. reed warbler

    reed warbler

    a juvenile i think
  15. house martin

    house martin

    so fun to watch
  16. sand martin

    sand martin

    amazing that this one sat on the wires above the garden amongst all the house martins flying around , great garden bird
  17. tawny owl

    tawny owl

    not a bird i see in daytime so very happy
  18. grey heron

    grey heron

    early morning on river calder
  19. blackbird


  20. Pied Flycatcher

    Pied Flycatcher

    One of a great many male birds we saw and heard
  21. Song Thrush

    Song Thrush

    One of many song thrushes we encountered.
  22. Blackcap singing

    Blackcap singing

    Male blackcap in full song
  23. MohoNobilis

    A Long Week of Campus Birding: A Summary of Events

    Haven't been active on here much, but I am very glad to say that I have been birding constantly over the past few weeks, and that I would gladly wake up early in the morning just to see the birds around my school campus. Since I was gone, I have seen many different types of birds that are new...
  24. starling


    the close up plumage always astonishes me
  25. collared dove

    collared dove

    what a red eye