Thursday, 17 July 2014

Marsh Harrier.



From the recent archives, a couple of shots of a female [Western] Marsh Harrier (Circus aeruginosus) as she drifted high above a Kent reed bed in mid June.


Linking to Feathers on Friday, Camera Critters and Saturday's Critters.

17 comments:

  1. These are magnificent birds!

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  2. The Harrier's are cool birds. I love to watch them over the fields. Great shots. Thank you for linking up to my critter party. Have a happy weekend!

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  3. Lovely bird, hard to get one, and you have brilliant photos Frank.

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  4. very intriguingly beautiful angle

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  5. Wonderful flight shots Frank...

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  6. Great shots of bird in flight.

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  7. Superb shots. I always enjoy seeing these majestic birds. Such a shame I have to venture outside of my county to see them.

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  8. great flight shots with good colors.

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  9. Thanks for linking up this weekend!!

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  10. Lovely shot! Great colors underneath!


    Iowa Voice

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  11. Fantastic flight shots of the Harrior.

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  12. Lovely flight captures Frank,stunning bird.
    John.

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  13. Beautiful shots Frank. I can never get pictures of Marsh Harrier , they just seem able to stay that distance away.

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  14. Nice looking bird - I managed to see these in Norfolk and Lancashire on my recent UK trip - I'm still working on the images!

    Sorry about the much delayed reply d I let the blog sit on the back burner while I was in the UK - normal service will resume soon!

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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  15. By no means easy to photograph! Such a wonderful harrier in flight
    Very well done.

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