I am not so sure about the assignment, but it should be a Common whitethroat, which I photographed this morning in the nature reserve. There was also a European stonechat nearby.
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Another area worth a closer look. This morning it wasn’t quite as productive, but that’s also because the trees have a lot of foliage and the birds can’t be seen very well. The area also offers a lot of other photographic points.
Short visit at the nature reserve. The light was not so good, but it was enough for the two pictures.
Another European robin today… Very close. Besides, behind the fence to the rear cattle sat a few wheatears, but a little far away, so just documentary. But it is certainly worth to have a closer look there.
Three at a stroke. Unfortunately the sky was overcast and it was quite hazy, but still I had the opportunity with the three species.
Lastly missed because of too many clouds coming up and on the last two days because I hadn’t expected a good sunset, I tried it again yesterday. But there were hardly any clouds in the sky, so it’s not as I imagined it would be. But, after all, quite nice so far. The panorama shot […]
A European robin and another yellowhammer were my yield in the morning when I walked through the nature reserve. I had also saw an Eurasian blackcap, but unfortunately it disappeared quickly.
In the late morning in the nature reserve, a European Stonechat sat in the trees. The light was of course already very harsh. Especially with the meadow pipit that was also seen. At first I thought the blood linnet was a Dunnock, but I am pretty sure that it is a female blood linnet.
Unfortunately in the shadows I grabbed this Common Chiffchaff when he was looking for some food in the tree. Shortly after I was able to photograph a Common whitethroat sitting in the shrubbery.
Today I saw for the first time in the nature reserve area the European Bisons that are settled there. Stately animals. Unfortunately the surroundings are not very suitable for taking pictures and the animals are also very shy. Besides this, another Yellowammer found its way onto my sensor.