Catching up (January 2014)

I haven't posted any updates here for a couple of months, but I have been visiting Burton Marshes pretty much every week. During this time, two storm-surges have flooded the marshes, introducing new temporary lakes—much to the delight of the local wildfowl. I've also managed to get quite close to a pair of stonechats on a number of occasions, and taken some pretty nice photos.

Anyhow, without further commentary, here is a selection of photographs from Burton Marshes over the last couple of months (in chronological order):

Flock of teal, Burton Marshes.

Geese over the Dee Marshes.
Flock of teal, Burton Marshes.
Sunset over Moel Famau from Burton Marshes.
Lapwings over Burton Marshes.
Lapwings over Burton Marshes.
Long-tailed tit, Burton Marshes.
Burton Marshes after the storm-surge.
Stonechat.
Stonechat.
Stonechat.
Stonechat.
Robin.
Linnets.
Stonechat.
Stonechat.
Stonechat.
Stonechat.
Robin.
Robin singing for its supper.
Robin.
Chiffchaff.
Stonechat.
Stonechat.

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