Sunday, 12 June 2011

Lizard Point Choughs










































I returned late last night having spent a week in Cornwall so I will try to catch up with some other blogs this week. During my week in Cornwall I managed to photograph a small number of Cornish Choughs, eleven in total, in three different locations so will be showing some of these images in the next few posts. I have started with some images of the long standing pair of Choughs from the Lizard Point who have been breeding from that location for ten years now. If you look closely you will see that they are not ringed unlike all juvunile Choughs now born in Cornwall.

5 comments:

  1. Lovely pictures of these Cornish Choughs
    well done Anthony.

    Greetings, Joop

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  2. Brilliant images Anthony,we managed to see them last month.
    Parents only,love the first and last images.
    John.

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  3. Terrific series. Love those orange bills!

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  4. Great images! what length lens did you use? assuming this is their cave entrance and you were at the viewing point?

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  5. Have to agree with John Anthony the first and last are great, lovely set.

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