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Seaton Wetlands December

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Frank the Dog
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Seaton Wetlands December

Post by Frank the Dog » Tue Jan 02, 2018 7:33 pm

Just a few for the last couple of weeks from the local. Recent wind and rain have made things a bit sparse, but nevertheless I hope they are of some interest.



Image275 by Phil Roberts, on Flickr
Image276 by Phil Roberts, on Flickr
Image252 by Phil Roberts, on Flickr
Image251 by Phil Roberts, on Flickr
Image256 by Phil Roberts, on Flickr
Image259 by Phil Roberts, on Flickr
Image261 by Phil Roberts, on Flickr
Image173 by Phil Roberts, on Flickr
Image157 by Phil Roberts, on Flickr
Image152 by Phil Roberts, on Flickr
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Re: Seaton Wetlands December

Post by reheat module » Tue Jan 02, 2018 9:08 pm

Great captures, the colours on the European Goldfinch are superb.
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Re: Seaton Wetlands December

Post by turbosix » Tue Jan 02, 2018 9:52 pm

In #4 are they Whimbrels or Curlews? I always have a devil of a time telling which is which. Lovely photos, I particularly like the Wren pictures.

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Re: Seaton Wetlands December

Post by gosman767 » Tue Jan 02, 2018 10:14 pm

+1 for the wrens

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Re: Seaton Wetlands December

Post by barrow758 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 6:18 pm

cracking set of shots love the wren

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Re: Seaton Wetlands December

Post by Frank the Dog » Thu Jan 04, 2018 7:46 pm

Thanks very much for the encouragement and kind words chaps, much appreciated.
turbosix wrote:In #4 are they Whimbrels or Curlews? I always have a devil of a time telling which is which. Lovely photos, I particularly like the Wren pictures.
I'm pretty sure they are Curlew, but my bird identifying skills are limited :)
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Re: Seaton Wetlands December

Post by Pune » Sat Jan 06, 2018 9:27 pm

Frank the Dog wrote:Thanks very much for the encouragement and kind words chaps, much appreciated.
turbosix wrote:In #4 are they Whimbrels or Curlews? I always have a devil of a time telling which is which. Lovely photos, I particularly like the Wren pictures.
I'm pretty sure they are Curlew, but my bird identifying skills are limited :)
I think Curlew too, but I'm happy to be corrected..great images by the way :thumb:
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