Sunday, 3 July 2011

Corncrake still calling

Went out to the Corncrake site on Thursday night Friday morning to hear if it was still calling. He was calling continuously which is a very strong indication of a nesting pair. Would be great to get definitive proof but I would not venture into the field in case I disturb them.

Out and about today and got a few digiscoped shots of a Kestrel and Peregrine. I use the Nikon 50x eyepiece for the first time today with the P6000 camera and got a reasonable shot of the Peregrine with this setup.

Peregrine Falcon (50x P6000)

Kestrel (P6000)

Kestrel (G1)

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