Pauline and Ian Wildlife Images | Waders
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Pauline say's ........ 'It would be difficult to choose a favourite category of birds but in my heart of hearts it would possibly be waders - either singly - or in great high tide flocks ....... maybe the helpful fact to this is they are usually found either very close to the sea, or breeding on wild moors and mountains - both of which are my most favourite of habitats ...... until its springtime - then it would be a beechwood on a sunny May morning that would choke my chest with emotion .....!'
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Thanks Kenneth - sorry for delay in acknowledging - I'm meeting myself coming back trying to fit two lost retirement years into a few months ........ and yes it did but I've been back since and seen not a whisker - so next winter perhaps it will be time to start looking again?
Kenneth Hindmarch
We met at Ambleside today. I have just treated myself to a slide show of your wader shots and will be book marking this site. I have two otter shots I am happy with and expect yours will be a treat to view. Did the otters appear . I nearly came back as the sun came out down the south end of the lake.
Pauline and Ian Wildlife Images
Thanks David - but now you have kingfisher - revel in it!!!
David Newby(non-registered)
Hi Pauline & Ian. Have been back again for another fix of what can be acheived. Still by far my favourite site on the net.
I think this must rate as my favourite gallery on the web, the inflight shots are remarkable . I would have loved to see some photo info. It helps us novices. well done Pauline and Ian
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