Julie Mailer
Julie Mailer
Julie Mailer
Look who came to drink from the Hedgehog water... Not the best shot as its a screen grab from the trail cam. Very happy to see in the garden. A first. Juvenile Wheatear.
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Barry Farquharson
Think that’s a moulting adult, Julie. Youngsters don’t really show the blue-grey at all or have the black cheek yet. They’re more of a very clean sandy colour. Great garden tick regardless of age.
Julie Mailer
Very tricky to photograph...
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Barry Farquharson
Dark, fast moving, unpredictable at times….yep, tricky birds indeed.
Andrew Goodall
Very good
Julie Mailer
Thanks Gents.
Julie Mailer
Roof lurkers...
Julie Mailer
Julie Mailer
When a Mew Gull steals your supper...
Julie Mailer
This smart, cheeky bird removes the fat ball feeder every morning from the bird table.
Julie Mailer
A first sighting of a Sedge W ever for me yesterday.
Julie Mailer
My first Pufiin picture 📷
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Rafael Belliard
Great Pic!
Caroline George
Brilliant
Julie Mailer
Julie Mailer
With Chick.
Julie Mailer
Julie Mailer
Julie Mailer
Julie Mailer
Julie Mailer
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Barry Farquharson
Arbroath can be good for Mediterranean and Little Gulls among the gull flocks from about the end of July until mid-September. It can be really good for terns (mostly just to west of harbour) - Common, Arctic and Sandwich mostly but also Roseate and Black, with a slight chance of Little. Skuas also g...View More
Julie Mailer
Julie Mailer
A Tree Pipit with lunch.
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Caroline George
Great photo
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