Monday, 18 April 2016

Female Redstart at Eldernell, Nene Washes in Cambridgeshire




A few ropey images of the female Redstart that was present at Eldernell on the Nene Washes in Cambridgeshire yesterday. Always distant, but showing well and feeding continuously. A nice companion to the even more distant juvenile Spoonbill that was seen at the same site and was the intended target of the visit.

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    1. And a lovely little bird she is too.
      J

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  2. Hi John. Even though this bird is a bit distant you can still make out that red tail in the third picture!
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    1. It's a shame that she wouldn't come any nearer, but the species tend to be a bit nervous. At least you can see the red tail! :)
      J

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  3. Nice to see it, even if rather distant. At least they usually have the decency to show you their red rump, though I usually see it as they're flying away!

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    1. Very nice to see John, just wish that she had come a bit closer for a 'proper' photograph!
      J

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