Starry Eyed Starling(Sturnus vulgaris)
Ringed Plover(Charadrius hiaticula) - A day at the Beach
Short-Eared Owl(Asio flammeus) - Hunting at Dusk
Curlew(Numenius arquata) - In a Field
Male Kestrel(Falco tinnunculus) - Hunting from Fence
Jay(Garrulus glandarius) - Posing in the open
Willow Tit(Poecile montanus) - Perched on small twig
Redshank(Tringa totanus) - Coming in to land
Female Stonechat(Saxicola rubicola) - Perched high on thorny vegetation
Grey Partridge(Perdix perdix) - Taking refuge in tall grass.
Long-tailed Tit(Aegithalos caudatus) - Against bright and colourful background
Well hello there nice to
Can you
Sanderling(Calidris alba) - With a wiggly worm
Sanderling(Calidris alba) - Running from incoming wave.
Turnstones(Arenaria interpres) - Feeding in the Seaweed
My pot of gold at the end of the rainbow - St Marys Lighthouse.
Redshank(Tringa totanus) - Exit, stage right
Sanderling(Calidris alba) - Walking towards camera
Cormorant(Phalacrocorax carbo) - All at Sea(Or how to push the boundaries of bird photography)

Dylan Burgess - Bird Photography NE1?

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Starry Eyed Starling(Sturnus vulgaris)

Most people just think of them as noisy, plain black birds that fly around in large flocks causing trouble.

Yeah OK they are.....

But aren't they just absolutely stunning birds in the right light?

I was in two minds about posting this photo as I am not usually a fan of bright borders....what do you think? I think it works here....

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