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Saturday, 24 November 2012

Birds you can Photograph around Reed Beds

Birds you can Photograph around Reed Beds

Reed Warbler I photographed while I was sat in my Kayak.

Reed Warbler I photographed while I was sat in my Kayak.

Reed Bunting in the Reed Beds , Waiting to go to it's Chicks in the nest.

The Adult Male Swan Stretching his wings to defend from a another swan family that moved into the area.

One of my Cygnets i watched when they were first born , I watch and sat next to the nest with both
of the adults and they both accepted us to help and watch the family grow up.

The Adult Male Mute Swan Incubation his 6 eggs , while the Female goes to Feed 

Thanks for Reading and Looking at my Photo's 
Next Blog - Birds you can Photograph around Reed Beds Part 2


Friday, 23 November 2012

Day 4 Waxwings on a very stormy day

Day 4: Waxwings on a very stormy day.

A Large Group of Waxwings perched in a Tree 

A Waxwing Perched in a tree with blue sky 

 Waxwing in Flight

The Waxwings were all flying in the Blue Sky 

 A Male Blackbird was taking the berries that had fallen on the Ground where the 
Waxwings were Feeding.

The waxwing had Just landed into the the Tree.

Thanks for Reading and checking my Photo's 
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Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Day 3 - Waxwings are still around

Waxwings are Still in my local area today and these are the Photo's i got this morning and this afternoon.

Thanks for Looking 
Warm Regards 
Ryan M

Monday, 19 November 2012

A Return of The Waxwing on my Local Area

Few photo's of the waxwings on my local area

A Horse in field on my way to where the waxwings were 

Friday, 16 November 2012

Autumn Birds on my local Area

 Autumn Birds on my local Area

I took this on a bridge near the canal in a berry tree, There were lots of them flying 
back and forward dive bombing left to right.

A Female Blackbird Sitting In a Berry tree right next the main road , The sun was just about to come and and Blue Sky was appearing , But the bird that i was after was the Migrant The Waxwing. I went around my local area looking for Berry trees , and I had found 35 possible Feeding places , from on the edge of the countryside, Towns,Canals,Rivers, Industrial Sites.

A Male Mallard Splashing water all over this feathers , I really liked this photo because 
of all the water droplets in mid air.

Thursday, 15 November 2012

My First Ever Wildlife Column in the Dailypost North Wales

Another quick post today who does Wildlife photography has managed to get an article in the North Wales daily post, so I thought I would share that and for now I have posted a JPEG of the article but a copy of the article should be on their website soon. I will post the link so you can read the article if you wish and the great news is that from this he has managed to get a regular column/article about our wildlife encounters in North Wales and hopefully it will open a few doors for us and it's another step up the ladder to making a career out of wildlife watching.

warm regards 

Ryan Mottram

Next Blog Post- My latest Wildlife Photo's of 2012 

Another Photo in Cheshire Life

 Another Photo in Cheshire Life

I Received an email by the Cheshire life magazine about using one of my Autumnal images for there seasonal feature of photographs from Cheshire. It's my second time having a photograph in the magazine and it's great to keep being asked if they can use my images as the reason why I take photographs is so I can share with others.


Warm Regards 

Ryan Mottram
 Next Blog Post - My First Ever Wildlife Column