It's that time again for your best three photos. Looking forwards to seeing them.
The best of June thread is Here for 2018
My Three but could have shown a lot more :)
A spot of ongoing DiY….
Feeding the family....
One hungry egret...
lovely photos Jim and Mike; to be honest I wasn't sure what to choose so this time all three are of the Jay as they have to be one of the most beautiful and expressive birds;
That Black-tailed Godwit photo is stunning Jim
Excellent work already as usual. Here are my 3.
I have taken a liberty and posted 4 pictures to show this Little Ringed Plover rising from the nest to show her broken wing to a dangerous looking Greylag Gosling (off picture)
Very nice pictures Mike, Hazel, and they are a clever little birds Bob, faking an injury to attract the attacker to them instead of the nest.
Here's my three.
Green Woodpecker feeding youngster with ants
Juvenile Common Crane
A bit of Ruff
Very nice Tony, and there is nothing wrong with a bit of Ruff :)
Excellent stuff from everyone.
It was July and I could have easily filled the quota with insects! That said, this is the first Willow Tit I've seen since spring and I do like the pose - taken at Pennington.
And rarely for me I managed to actually catch the eye of a Common Tern in flight - taken at Wigan Flash
And lastly, having said it was a good month for insects, I love the colour, pose and facial detail in the Emerald Damselfly - from Lever Gravel Pits
My three are
A lovely selection of shots from everyone, as always.
I can’t remember if I’ve posted any of these before (although I do clearly remember getting into a fight over a policeman’s hat on my very first day of school……funny old thing the memory. Incidentally, there wasn’t a policeman involved.!! :-)
Anyway, my three favourites from July are
And a snapshot of the chaos which is bath time for the Starlings.
Very nice Willow Warbler Paul.
No little owls for a change.
Rabbit watching the sun come up on a country lane
Mole mid afternoon... first time I've seen one
Kestrel. Just had a bit of a do with some thrushes at the top of the tree.
All very lovely photos
Wow, not often you see a mole on top Bob.
So I understand James. I think Julys hot weather played havoc with lot of natural behaviour for a lot of animals...