Monday, 26 October 2009

A Day in Suffolk

Suffolk was the chosen area for the 1st of 2 days of wldlife watching this week, myself along with Adam (whose birthday it is this week!), Martin and Adam's dad left at 5.30am and reached Minsmere RSPB reserve by 7.30am. Unfortunately the weather wasn't great with plenty of grey cloud and wind but we didn't let that ruin the day! Some of the pics are a bit dreary but you get the idea, the first few are at Landguard Nature Reserve near Felixstowe. Enjoy!

A group of Turnstone that let me get pretty close (had to do some creeping along rocks!)

Meadow Pipit

Martin and Adam walking along the coast


Marsh Tit - these buggers just don't stay still!

Marsh Harrier, one day i will get a good picture of these.

Little Grebe

Great White Egret very distant but still HUGE!

Siskin - incredibly hard to get a good photo of these guys feeding in Alders

Muntjac Deer

Redpoll - again, distant and hard to get a good photo

Coal Tit

Martin "The Deerstalker" Bevan....doing some Red Deer Stalking, and succeeding!

One of many Kestrel photos (taken by Adam)


Berwick Swan

Adam and Dad....cold!

Fly Agaric Fungi - the holy grail of Fungi, and we almost walked past it!

Female Red Deer

Another Marsh Tit shot
Cheers for looking, comments destination...Kent on Wednesday!

1 comment:

  1. Great post man. Well found with the marsh tit, don't worry about them not staying still - just wait untill the new forst, they jump on your camera at a spot I know :-p. Loving the fungi too. Good luck today in kent!