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Thursday, July 03, 2008

3rd July

There was a lot off wing stretching and flapping going on today. It clearly wont be long before the first one takes a risk and leaves the safety of the box.


Look out below, the youngsters are quite house proud.



Kingfisher: A male was present in area 1, viewed from either of the blue bridges.
Common Tern: The pair chased off an intruder at 7.50am.

6 comments:

david santos said...

Wonderful!!!!

Tony Duckett said...

Cheers Dave.

SixSixEight said...

Are you the same Tony Duckett who got a 5 wicket haul including a hat trick as featured in this weeks Camden New Journal?

The pictures are Fab as ever – what camera / lens do you use?

Tony Morris said...

Hi Tony, how are you doing? nice pictures, see you next time I wander through the park,
all the best
Tony

Tony Duckett said...

Hi sixsixeight.

It is not me in the Camden Journal fooball was my sport. It is coincidence that soomebody so close has the same name.
I am glad you like the pics. I use a Nikon P5100 attached to a Swarovski 65HD. Which seems to suit me as I am really into birding rather than photography.

Tony Duckett said...

Hi Tony.
Feel free to call in if your passing or if we get a mega drop in. Hopefully we will one day as we continue to make habitat improvements. When I look at your site I see that you have been doing quite a bit of globe trotting. Your pics aren't bad either.