Monday, 9 November 2009

Caverlock WWT

What does WWT stand for? Wild and Wet? We traveled to Dumfries & Galloway on Saturday, all the way in glorious sunshine, the whole journey through the North Pennines was fantastic. The last 30 miles though turned to rain and it was heavy rain on Saturday throughout our visit to this reserve.

Great day though, really enjoyed the visit. We traveled to see the Baranacle Geese and there was good numbers grazing on the meadows, I think the estimate was 7,000+, a little distant but great to see.

The Whooper Swans are pictured through the glass of the hide where they feed them twice daily, not great pictures, the best I could do in the conditions on the day. The Widgeon was also taken through the windows.


The Early Birder said...

Nicely captured Mike despite the weather and the window. FAB.

Anonymous said...

Nice to see the Whoopers are back again Mike.

Mike Randall Bird Photography said...

Thanks Frank, you have to take a chance on the weather and on Saturday we came a bit unstuck.
Yes, Roy they are lovely birds.

Chris said...

Hi Mike,
Impressive collection there, despite the bad weather! Congrats! I see you got most of our birds now, and let say that for us it is WWTD D stands for dark, you know that ;-)

Mike Randall Bird Photography said...

Hi Chris
Thanks for comment, yes, we have all your birds now. Glad we have not got all your dark though!#Regards