Friday, 5 June 2009

Tree Pipit











In recent weeks I have seen Tree Pipit in both Dalby Forest and Harwood Dale Forest in classic mode parachuting from a tree top and then flying up to another lofty perch.

Last Sunday in Dalby Forest this bird was skulking low on brambles and when I finally moved it away it went similarly low down.

In the circumstances thanks to Steve Race for confirming the id as a Tree Pipit.

7 comments:

Roy said...

Another great set of images Mike, how do you find these birds.

Little Brown Job said...

Great images Mike, you certainly are finding the good ones at the moment.

Mike Randall Bird Photography said...

Thanks Roy & Paul. It's just been great for us to get out and see what we can come across.
We are off to Norfolk tomorrow for a week so no more postings until a week tomorrow.
Regards
Mike

Chris said...

Hi Mike,
Beautiful shots... yeh not so easy to ID compare to the meadow one, but got it right there! Well done.

Mike Randall Bird Photography said...

Thanks very much Chris

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