Above is a Bar Tailed Godwit taken at Hayle Estuary on the left, and on the right is a Coot taken at Stithians.
The two frames above we taken this morning at Loe Beach, on the left is a male Blackbird, and on the right a beautiful little Goldcrest which is one of our smallest birds.
The Little Grebe above left was taken at Stithians, and the Meadow Pipit at Loe Beach this morning.
Next two above were both taken a Loe Beach, on the left is a Rock Pipit and on the right is the almost obligatory Robin.
Finally lets get to my last port of call Loe Beach on the River Fal, The beauty of this place never fails to impress me, and I am sure many others alike. The reason coming here was to catch up with some wintering coastal birds, namely Black Necked Grebes, Red Breasted Mergansers and Common Scoter which spend the winter on the river area known as Carrack Roads, so was I lucky? Yes indeed I saw all three species and had the added bonus of 2 Black Throated Divers and the Goldcrest as well as 2 Common Sandpipers. Sadly these were all to far for Photos except the Goldcrest, as I needed the scope to pick out all the birds on the river. So after a glorious mornings birding I leave you with the final image LOE BEACH on the river Fal.