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Common Frog CloseupCommon Frog portraitCommon Frog floating in pond at nightCommon Frog reflectionClose up of Common Frog's eyeGoldcrest portraitGoldcrest searching for foodLong Tailed Tit doing chin-upsLong Tailed Tit portraitPheasant in flight early morningSedge Warbler singing from brambleSinging Sedge WarblerUnderwater tadpole Treecreeper with nesting materialTufted Ducks in flightGreat Spotted Woodpecker in winterJay collecting peanuts from frosty groundLong Tailed Tit face onMale SparrowhawkMale Sparrowhawk starePied Wagtail in snowSong Thrush on frosty groundWren collecting food on frosty groundWren looking for food around the pond after snowOld Girl portraitNose to the ground, sniffing aroundBadger reflectionBlack and white visitorFox dispute - Mum (left) v cubRinged Plover with ragwormMy image on Bird Watching magazine front cover

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6 Comments

  1. phil smith February 21, 2014 at 7:38 pm #

    some fantastic images,great rewards for your patients.Read your article about Mull,what a joy to read such an informative guide to what seemed to be a great adventure[I HOPE I HAVE GOT THE RIGHT PERSON
    My favourite subjects are Buzzards,and photograph them from my driveway in Warwickshire,I could send you one of my images!

    • Toby Houlton February 25, 2014 at 1:44 pm #

      Thanks for the kind comments Phil, appreciate you taking the time to comment. Yes the Mull trip report was me and is posted on my old website. Always enjoy seeing other peoples images so feel free to send a link or mail me if you wish.

  2. Toby Houlton June 17, 2013 at 7:32 pm #

    Thanks Gerry! I was roughly around 20 feet away. I took these whilst on a weeks holiday to pembrokeshire and they were taken in the grounds of the property we stayed in (which was so relaxing and stuffed with wildlife). I found a point where they stopped on the way back to the nest and settled down well hidden in the undergrowth. Fascinating watching the morsels they came back with. I’ll be doing a full write up sometime soon I hope.
    As always, appreciate the comments.

  3. Gerry Millard June 17, 2013 at 6:06 pm #

    Toby your images of that Whitethroat are amazing, what sort of distance from the bird were you. Well done Toby great viewing.

  4. Toby Houlton April 26, 2013 at 7:01 am #

    Thank you Mali! Looking forward to getting a few more this week coming, will be in touch 😉

  5. Mali Halls April 25, 2013 at 12:14 pm #

    Hi Toby,
    Just had a look at your recent pics, your new lens is producing some top results. Well done my friend!!!

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