Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Manoa Valley

I had a quick look down the Manoa Valley 1200 hrs hoping to photograph the Dipper. The river was swollen and coloured making the Dipper's job rather difficult with most of the rocks submerged. After a lot of searching I saw one perched on a small rock about 40 yards downstream...a quick record shot was all I got and I never saw it again.
Chiffchaffs were out in fair numbers by the Sewage Works, also, Goldcrests, L.T Tits, Blue Tits Goldfinches, Coal Tit, Great Tits and a Wren although none were easy to photograph.

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