BIRDING THE LUNE ESTUARY, THE FOREST OF BOWLAND AND BEYOND.

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Waxwings.


Waxwing. Brian Rafferty.

There are two reasons why I have little time to blog today, in the first place the weather, about which if you live in our area I need say no more, and if you don't, well in three polite words....it was raining. The other reason being that I've been involved with one of those 'other things' days.

But just to say if you don't already know, there are thousands of found and unfound Waxwings now in the country, though I must add mainly up north in Scotland, but that won't always be the case, so eyes peeled. And I reckon if you never 'heard' the Waxwing I'd strongly recommend you visit Hugh Harrop HERE but you'll probably have to turn up the volume on your computer speakers, and I reckon the third recording is the best one.

Waxwings. Brian Rafferty.

Thanks for the photographs Brian....Stunning.

I'D SOONER BE BIRDING!


4 comments:

Warren Baker said...

I'm Looking, i'm listening, but most of all i'm hoping :-)

Pete Woodruff said...

They're on their way Warren....'onest!

Brian Rafferty said...

Pete. Thanks for reminding me of these photogenic birds and of course for showing my photographic efforts once more.

I am hoping to catch up with some of the thousands of waxwings currently in the country very soon.

Pete Woodruff said...

If I hear of any in your surrounding area before you make contact yourself I'll let you know. Stand by your telephone....no charge for the service you understand Brian!