Sunday, 3 June 2012

Hot enough.

Monday was the last of the hot days - 30C is just ridiculous! Tuesday was a bit cooler but still warm enough. Nothing startling on the two days so here is a selection of the photos...The Otters continue to be difficult but seeing one is better than not.
Mountain Hares are always good entertainment and all the better for the action shot.
The WT Eagle chicks are growing quickly so sometimes you have to wait for an adult to appear - parachuting down to the nest is a spectacular sight.
This Hooded Crow shot was taken in the morning but it was already 25C - it's hot enough!
Golden Eagles are the masters of the skies and any sighting of these birds is awesome for one reason or another.
Here is one that I haven't had a chance to photograph - Woodpigeon.
The Common Buzzard is well named as you see them everywhere - they are feeding young at the moment so it's busy times.
The Red-throated Divers are starting to make their presence known with a few birds out on the loch. This one was in a party of three that flew past.
Lip smacking good or so the Redshank thinks!


Linda said...

Great captures! Love the photos!

Bryan Rains said...

Thanks Linda.