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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Lapwing. And the Common Teal by Callum on our Guest Photos.

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Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Black-Headed Gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus)

Standing on watch. 

Please look at my website bobswildlife.co.uk. There is a photo of a Northern Pintail, and the first of the Waxwing by John Truman and by Richard Pegler. And a photo of  the Fallow Deer in the 'Guest Photos '.






47 comments:

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    1. R Mac, it will get one, but not yet, winter!!!!!!.

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  2. I love them as red beak, red legs and beautiful pictures. :)

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    1. Thanks Giga, and yes, they are beautiful.

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  3. BONSOIR merci merci il est superbe cet oiseau et tes photos j'adore comme toujours
    Je pourrai venir lui parler mais je suis quand même éloignée bisous

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  4. Hello Bob. Just great photos. Greetings.

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  5. watching
    as this water taunts
    the choice

    _m

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  6. Awesome shot- I love how sharp your photos are- I need a better zoom lens- actually I need a better camera too....well- that's a dream for another day. Great photos, Bob, as always!

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    1. Keep on dreaming Terri, you will do it.

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  7. Hola Bob,magnifica foto de la reidora posada en esta estaca muy buena la toma.Un saludo.

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  8. Hello Bob. These photos are really stunning.

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  9. What a beautiful creature, Bob, and your photographs are really wonderful.

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    1. Cheers Lisa, and thanks for the things you say.

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  10. each time I enjoy here your photos of so many differents birds !
    it's the only way to see them like they really are !

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  11. I do love gulls. Whatever their plumage. Thank you.

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  12. Wonderful photo's again Bob and I just love how he is perched there, showing his red beak and red legs ...
    Fabulous.

    All the best Jan

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  13. Lovely shots Bob. Gulls are such plucky birds aren't they. We marvel at their antics, always fun to feed :D)

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  14. A common but wonderful looking birds - we have far fewer species of vll in this part of the world than the UK - I miss them.

    Cheers - Stewart M - (temporarily in) New Zealand

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  15. Hi Bob, another set of super images of the Black Headed Gull. These are the plucky birds that give the Ospreys a grief when they are returning to the nest with a fish. All the best, Regards John

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    1. Of course John, but, every one of them will take food from any bird, it is natural.

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  16. Wonderful photos. That gull have really beautiful red legs.

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  17. Beautiful!
    Have a great day!

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  18. Great looking gull. Every couple of years or so a vagrant strays over here and everyone goes gaga!

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    1. Great news David, it's nice to see something new.

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  19. Delightful images, Bob. I love the way the light catches the red on the bill and legs.

    Thank you for bringing my attention to Albert Kuvezin and Yat Kha. I still haven't made up my mind what I think of their music!

    Best wishes - - Richard

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  20. Boa tarde, os registos da gaivota são fabulosos, a luz e a nitidez com detalhes é perfeito.
    AG

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  21. Great shots, admire, the splendor.

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  22. Muy bonita y muy bien captada, Bob.

    Saludos.

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  23. Very pretty, sitting just so you could take such great shares!

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  24. Bob, very nice shots of this gull! They are a pretty little gull!

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