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Carl Bovis
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Black Winged Stilt, Cuckoo, Hobby and Yellow Wagtail!
Sometimes when I'm about to share my latest pictures here, I sit at my PC and my heart sinks. What am I going to write? Will anyone even bother to read it? I do wonder if people visit just to see the pictures!   However, I've met a few lovely people whilst ...

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Willow Warbler, Whitethroat and Cetti's Warbler....it's all about the Warblers!
One of the best things about Spring is the arrival of the Warblers. These little birds are usually uniformally green or brown, constantly on the move and very elusive! As a result they are a real challenge for bird photographers!    The UK have a few common...

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Sedge Warblers, Great White Egrets and Peregrine Falcons!
Spring has really arrived in Somerset in the last week!   The weather has been dry and bright for the most part and the Summer visiting migrant birds have started to arrive, including one of my favourites, the Sedge Warbler!   At RSPB Greylake the reedbeds ...

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Bullfinches, Linnets, Oystercatchers and other birds on holiday in Woolacombe!
Around about Easter, I often go to Woolacombe in North Devon for a family holiday, always staying at the same park, and in the same chalets. ( Waney Edge Chalets at Woolacombe Sands holiday park )     We all love it here, and I in particular love the surrou...

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Short Eared Owl at Uphill!
The weather was glorious yesterday so I decided to visit Uphill near Weston Super Mare in the afternoon to see if I could photograph the Short Eared Owl that had been seen there regularly over the last few weeks. I arrived at 4pm and was obviously too early...
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