Thursday, 2 May 2013

Sedge Warbler at Doffcocker - Another Lifer!

I've finally nailed some record shots of a Sedge Warbler at Doffocker Lodge in Bolton today. They're tricky little birds to photograph, because they either hide deep in the reedbeds or flit about very quickly giving only brief glimpses.

There's generally no problem in knowing they're about though due to their distinctive call - it's quite different to the Reed Warbler which often occupies similar habitat - but getting a decent photo is another matter.

Anyway, here's what I got today, only record shots but good enough for now ...

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