Some image of the Pacific Diver on Carnsew Basin today. Please excuse the quality, the weather was rubbish and I was handholding the camera most of the time!! I got soaked, camera got soaked but it was worth it. I’ll be back down there tomorrow if the weather gets better.EXIF: Canon 1D MKII, Canon EF 400mm f/5.6 L USM, ISO 800, 1/800-1000, f/5.6, spot metering, Majority Handheld.
I photographed this Barn Owl after having a very uneventful time at Men-an-Tol. It flew over the road and I managed to get these images out of the car window.
I had a great day birding today with 2 life and 3 County ticks. We started off the day at Church Cove looking for the Green/Greenish Warbler, which after about 4 hours of watching and waiting I had reasonable view of it in the canopy, Lifer and County tick. While at Church Cove I also managed to photograph the Pied Fly that was in the area, 2nd County tick.. pics below. Our next stop for the day was St.Leven for the Radde’s Warbler, Great views of that and my 2nd life/3rd County ticks. Not the best images but I needed something to post.
Despite the rubbish weather I managed to get over to Nanquidno again to see if I could get some better Snow Bunting pic’s. After that we headed over to Marazion to see if the Spoonbill was still present……. it wasn’t. While checking Bird Guides when I got home I found the Spoonbill had been reported 10 minuets after we had left