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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 10 July 2014

Ringed Plover [Charadrius hiaticula]

It was a damp early morning, but it was nice and beautiful day. The Ringed Plover didn't mind sharing it's place.





38 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures of this Plover.
    The water droplets still visible on the springs
    Well done, Bob.

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  2. Plovers I know from the German North Sea coast as well. Especially in winter time they come from Scandinavia or Siberia to the much milder North Sea coast to hibernate. I'm not sure if I observed them in summer time as well there...
    Tomorrow our summer should come back to southern Germany - let's wait and see - we've had a lot of rain within the recent days.
    Uwe.

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    1. Yes, you have them from Germany's North Sea, they are lovely Uwe.

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  3. mooi zo in de regen worden toch weer andere foto's door mooi hoor lieve groetjes Danielle

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    1. Thanks Danielle for that is beautiful.

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  4. Great pictures Bob, i can see the water droplets.

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    1. Your eyes can see a lot, cheers Gillian.

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  5. That black on this bird is a totally different black.

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  6. That bird looks deep in thought Bob, great photos though.

    peter

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  7. Your photos caught the mood of a damp early morning, with the dew on the grass and on the cute Plover's feathers. Wonderful photography Bob!:)

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  8. What a beautiful bird Bob!I have never seen before!!
    Great images!!!Amazing captures!!
    Dimi...

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  9. Good to see it Bob. I always see them by the coast.

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  10. Hola Bob,imagenes magnificas,esas gotitas de agua en el plumaje del Chorlitejo son impresionantes.Un abrazo

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  11. Gorgeous things - and I love the wet, wet grass as well.

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    1. I disagree with you, I can't stand being wet, ha ha.

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  12. Buenas capturas de este bello chorlito.

    Saludos.

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  13. Good evening,

    So beautifull thoses pictures!!!
    A very nice meeting for you and for him!!!
    Thank you for sharing this good story of a damp morning in your beautifull day!!!

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  14. I love the cute Plovers! Wonderful shots, Bob!

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  15. What a beautiful bird! They are not very similar to the plovers I see here in New Zealand.

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  16. It is amazing how you also shared the dew with all of us. Very nice attention to detail.

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  17. BOB BONJOUR J’ai envie de le prendre avec moi
    il est si beau bise

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  18. It's nice to see a bird I've seen in a different country. You were certainly a little closer than I managed!

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  19. And thank you, for sharing;)
    a hug.

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  20. Cet oiseau on dirait une peluche son plumage semble si doux... Bon weekend.

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  21. Plover I've never been in the picture itself.
    You leave here a few beautiful oil records show.
    Superb done Bob!

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  22. Great meeting:)) And great day. For us also:)
    Best regards:)

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  23. Oh my goodness! What gorgeous images of the Plover! I'd give anything to get that close to birds. I am in awe... and a tad jealous! What I would give to have such wonderful gear to get so close. You are blessed Bob.

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