The end of winter

It feels like it’s been a cold winter – the warmth of early spring is just around the corner. I’m looking forward to the arrival of woodswallows, rainbow birds and a kingfisher or two along the Loddon.

In the meantime, here is a selection of images from yesterday, to mark the change of season.


Masked Lapwing, Codrington Street Newstead, 30th August 2014.


Crested Pigeon – an aerial view.


Crimson Rosellas are nesting in hollows in our local elms at the moment.


Horsfield’s Bronze-cuckoos have been calling enthusiastically over the past week … even in the middle of the night.

One response to “The end of winter

  1. Excellent photo’s Geoff, we are finding Fantail Cuckoo’s common this year but no Horsfield’s seen so far.

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