Saturday, 30 October 2010

Waxwing, Barrow, Lancashire, 30th October 2010

An invasion of  88 Waxwings at nearby Barrow had Ian and Michelle Walker and myself heading for what we hoped would be excellant photographic opportunities.
We weren't disappointed as the flock were gorging themselves on Rowan berries, much to the delight of the watching birders. There was a constant noise of waxwings and camera shutters going off!
We were all happy with our images.

1 comment:

  1. Great pics - Just passed the Rowna Trees in Barry today (Jan 1st 2017) Binocs in hand and stepped out for a look. What a wonderful site.