My photographic trials and tribulations on walks and visits to birding sites near to home in Yorkshire and further afield.
Sunday, 3 February 2008
A very quite day at this RSPB reserve by the Ouse.
Cold biting wind probably attributed to a lot of birds remaining hidden but in front of the hides there was very little to see.
A maximum of three Marsh Harriers were up at one time and I managed to capture a distant shot.
I think the Greylags capture the atmosphere of the day, they were pictured in front of the Ouse Hide, in the grasses on the edge of the water. Many ducks and Shovellers were a sleep on the waters edge.