Reed warbler and Reed bunting

May 20, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

I was up bright and early on friday morning to arrive at ham wall rspb at around 5am,it really is a great location for photographing warblers and buntings amongst many others species,and with the early morning mist covering the somerset levels the "Glastonbury Tor" was standing out like a beacon on top of the hill it really did look magical to say the least,and with the weather forecasters getting it spot on with plenty of sunshine and clear blue sky`s I could not wait to get out of the car and set off to locate the birds mentioned above,as the sun rose it started to burn off the mist quite quickly and I soon located reed bunting and reed warbler and set about capturing these lovely small song birds,some of the images I captured during the day are posted below and any others will be posted in the main galleries,thanks for your visit.

Reed warbler

Reed warbler

Reed bunting male

Reed bunting male

 

 

 


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