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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 16 June 2016

Lapwing (Vanellus vanellus) or Green Plover

Photographed at Bishop's Hide, Clay Marshes, Norfolk.

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24 comments:

  1. Hello Bob, I just love the Lapwing. A gorgeous bird and wonderful photos. Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

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  2. Hello Bob. Great photos of Lapwing. Very good evening to you.

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  3. Wonderful bird and beatiful photos :)

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  4. ah, looks more like a bird we'd see in the Amazon, but shores in the UK

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  5. Lovely bird. Our men talk about "skin patch" and refer to the Lapwing. Greetings.

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  6. Hola Bob,magnificas fotos de esta bella ave.Un saludo

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  7. Lieber Bob,
    so nah habe ich einen Kiebitz noch nie gesehen.
    Wieder toll fotografiert.
    Einen schönen Resttag wünscht dir
    Irmi

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  8. Love the lapwing. Great 'do' and the colours are great too.

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  9. Muy buenas estas, Bob, que belleza de ave.

    Saludos.

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  10. Very special bird with these colours, great shot Bob. Good sharpness

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  11. Bob, great Lapwing! I always think that nature couldn't decide what it was going to look like, so it threw in a bunch of stuff!

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    1. Thanks Robin, yes, good old nature.

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  12. He seems to be the harlequin of the bird world... Quite fine pictures, as always!

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  13. Beautiful lapwing - great photos Bob!
    Happy weekend
    Crissi

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  14. Such a beautiful bird and you captured it so nicely...

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  15. a very beautiful and colourful Bob

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  16. Lovely capture and such lovely colours.

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  17. The Jim Dandy of plovers........

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  18. Lapwings are such lovely birds...one day I would love to see one in real life. Happy Father's Day Bob~

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