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Two deer.........

There was a short break in Augusts rain and saw plenty of young roe deer and their mums.


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 Mark Bannan 17 Aug 2021
In reply to Bottom Clinger:

Is that Deer shit?

No - it's on special offer!

In reply to Bottom Clinger:

Your nature photography is hartless

In reply to Longsufferingropeholder:

> Your nature photography is hartless

You reckon?


In reply to Bottom Clinger:

Seen huuuuuge flicks of goldfinch and linnets. 


In reply to Bottom Clinger:

Lots of raptors. This years young are very active so seeing lots. Sparrowhawk. 


In reply to Bottom Clinger:

More stuff. 


In reply to Longsufferingropeholder:

> Your nature photography is hartless

the benefit of hindsight

In reply to Bottom Clinger:

Still managing to see lots of raptors except for male sparrowhawk. Sunday, as well as marsh harrier (but no hobby), I saw kestrels, and a peregrine having a bit of a barney with a pair of buzzards.

In reply to Michael Hood:

I know what you saw - been stalking you on the other forum!

Ive had a few cracking close ups of male Sparrowhawks recently. Way to fast for a photo though. One dove through a gap in a hedge and almost flew into me. Bit sick of this weather though. And been waay busy at work. Good time of year for seeing stuff. 

In reply to Bottom Clinger:

> I know what you saw - been stalking you on the other forum!

I forgot to log one trip and I've hardly been out at all in the last 6 weeks because I'm (hopefully finishing) recovering from doing my back in; nothing serious, just muscle spasm but PAINFUL.

Still wanting to get a better view of a hobby. Sunday's marsh harrier obliged by sitting in a tree (still distant) for long enough to get my small scope on it.

In reply to Bottom Clinger:

I am reasonably sure that the very large bunny I saw the other day, running on the Ridgeway in Oxfordshire,  was a hare. When it saw me it sprinted away far too fast for me to get the phone out for a snap.

 Andy Hardy 17 Aug 2021
In reply to Longsufferingropeholder:

> Your nature photography is hartless

I'd say it was staggering.

 hang_about 18 Aug 2021
In reply to Andy Hardy:

Lots of fox action round our way. Put a camera trap in the garden and there's a regular procession. Saw 4 together the other night. Went out again last night and they were together again. Very unafraid - walked up to us and stopped about 5 foot away. Just sat down and looked at us. Couldn't get a picture as my phone camera is rather poor. Cute though, then it all got rather R-rated - in the middle of the street!

Sparrowhawk in the local wood - by sound, no sight.


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