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Mating season


alianar 5 82 2 England
22 Feb 2011 4:24PM
Hello Smile
If you didn't know the mating season is approaching and everyone is very eager to take some really cute photos of little fury things Smile
This is my favorite time of the whole year for wildlife photography because all the animals are so active. iv been watching these kingfishers for a few years now and every year they work so hard at this time of year, but just remember that kingfishers are schedule 1 birds and you cant photograph them at or near a nest during this season.
Yesterday i also saw swans doing their mating dance thing, it was so sweet and im happy because now i now that there will be cygnets and more pictures of cute fluffy things Wink
Just make sure while you are making the most of photographing during the mating season be careful, i know i will try really hard to be.
i just hope that it warms up Wink
thanks Aryan

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KarenFB 8 4.3k 163 England
22 Feb 2011 5:31PM
Yes, I can't wait until Spring is here and the bugs come back!

I have read some people have frog spawn, but there's none here yet! We went to Bicton today, they have lots of daffodils, but I think it will take a few days yet for them to be at their best.
alianar 5 82 2 England
22 Feb 2011 5:40PM
yes, i can see all the crocuses popping up everywhere! Grin
KarenFB 8 4.3k 163 England
22 Feb 2011 7:17PM
I have a pheasant who visits the garden daily - he's eaten all mine! Sad plus the snowdrops and miniature iris..................as for the snakeshead fritillaries, I've planted lots of bulbs and have never seen one single flower!
22 Feb 2011 7:51PM
I have just seen this week my favourite pair of pigeons. I am sure it is the same pair every year as they sit on exactly the same part of the garden fence and get up to the same antics.

I have one particular gull that I have fed scraps to regularly during the winter. If I am late of a morning he stands at the edge of the lawn looking through the kitchen window as much as to say "Where's my breakfast, jas?" Grin

Unfortunately he's a little camera shy and at the first sign he's off!

Maybe it's my ugly mug, though! Smile
22 Feb 2011 8:02PM
Why are they in a fury? Wink
alianar 5 82 2 England
22 Feb 2011 8:17PM
haha sorry spelling error lol Grin

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