21 March 2018
A lone Egret
Nice weather in Hakodate the last few days.................
But not many birds about at all.
Normally I'd hope to see some Bullfinch or Crossbill ( i did hear the latter today but couldn't locate them) or some other passerines but all I could find the last couple of days were 1 Dusky Thrush and 1 Wren. Not many larger birds either: I saw only a lone Coot and the 4 common freshwater duck species.
At least there was this Great Egret icatching tiddlers n the park (note the open water: winter has finished at last).
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Great Whites getting more common every day now. What is a Crossbill?ReplyDelete
Wonder if I'll see a GWE next time I'm in the UK.........Delete
Haven’t heard the word “tiddler” in many a long year!ReplyDelete
Is it just a UK word? What do you call tiny fish in Canada?Delete
Hello Stuart!:) These are all gorgeous images of the Egret. So many great shots of the Egret doing different things. Was it late in the evening?ReplyDelete
By the way Stuart, our gulls are quite civilized here, and keep to the beach. I think one of the reasons they don't bother us, is because people don't eat in the streets.
Hi, it was in the afternoon............Delete
Pleased to hear you don't have antisocial gulls over there!