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Matthew Barfield Photography
Matthew Barfield Photography
As the name suggests, Reed Warbler prefers to nest in reedbeds, sometimes even surprisingly small patches. The nest is a work of art, taking a week or more to build from reed leaves and fronds, and lined with reed flowers. Reed warblers are common victims of brood-parasitism by cuckoos.
Matthew Barfield Photography
Matthew Barfield Photography
This growing young falcon may look neat, elegant and slightly cute, but it still possesses a lethal set of razor sharp talons ready to kill at any given moment.
(Kestrel)
Matthew Barfield Photography
Matthew Barfield Photography
As the sun starts to fade, this delightful falcon (Kestrel) returns to its favoured watch point, observing the territory below.
Matthew Barfield Photography
Matthew Barfield Photography
Swifts are supreme aerialists, these fast flying, highly agile birds hurtle through the sky feeding on airborne insects.
Matthew Barfield Photography
Matthew Barfield Photography
A small brown warbler with a distinctive red eye ring, it’s most easily spotted when warbling its scratchy song from the top of a gorse stem. Dartford warblers nest on the ground and live on lowland heathland in the south of England. The new forest is a particular stronghold for these fantastic little birds.
Matthew Barfield Photography
Matthew Barfield Photography
Grey Herons are distinguished from other herons by their grey flanks, and black and white patterning along the neck, head and breast of the body.
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