Saturday, 22 February 2014

Seaford Firecrest.

With several short walks this week with a Firecrest seen every time I decided today to see if I can get a photograph of one. This species is one of my favourite birds and just to see one is special so it is great having them near to home. Also in the area is a large flock of Yellowhammer and large quantities of Pied Wagtail. On the way to the woodland area where I've seen the Firecrest I saw another Red Admiral, my fourth for the year. In the woodland the Firecrest was soon located and at one time there were two in sight, however, with the birds being on the move all the time it was very hard to get a decent image.


Male Yellowhammer.




The Firecrest deep in the foliage.




Then in the sunshine.



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