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Arctic Terns

Arctic Terns in flight taken on the Farne Islands, Northumberland.

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Female Kingfisher

I managed to spend an hour following this stunning female kingfisher along the Grand Union canal at Northchurch, Berkhamsted.  She only dived once during this time which was unsuccessful however, she was more than happy to provide plenty of photo opportunities.

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Grey Heron

A few shots of a grey heron fishing in Bushy Park, London.  As you can see the heron was successful, albeit it had its back to me and my camera.

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Shag

A few shots of shags taken on Bass Rock, North Berwick, Scotland.

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Red Fox

A few shots of a stunning and very healthy looking red fox taken in the reed beds at the London WWT Wetlands centre.  As you can see from one of the shots, the fox was feeding on what looked like a very large black bird but due to the reed beds the bird was difficult to ID.

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Northern Gannets

More shots of Northern Gannets taken on Bass Rock early last year.

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Smew

A couple of shots of a smew taken in fading light at the London WWT wetlands centre.

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Waxwings

A few shots of one of natures most stunning birds, the waxwing, taken at Northchurch, Berkhamsted.  Waxwings migrate from Scandinavia in winter to take advantage of the numerous food opportunities, it would appear that the migration this year has not been as big as in recent years however, it was great to see the four that made it all the way to Northchurch.

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