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PINNACLE last won the day on September 22 2014

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  1. Emperor Emperor Dragonfly by Martin Billard, on Flickr
  2. PINNACLE

    Birds "please Add Yours"

    Passing Swallow Swallow by Martin Billard, on Flickr
  3. A bit of a story Peregrine by Martin Billard, on Flickr Rock Pippet by Martin Billard, on Flickr Adult Peregrine coaxing juvenile with Rock Pipet by Martin Billard, on Flickr Food pass by Martin Billard, on Flickr Juvenile Peregrine and Rock Pippet by Martin Billard, on Flickr
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    Birds "please Add Yours"

    Marsh Harrier being mobbed by a Lapwing Marsh Harrier by Martin Billard, on Flickr
  5. Brown Hare Stare by Martin Billard, on Flickr
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    Birds "please Add Yours"

    Dartford Warbler Dartford Warbler by Martin Billard, on Flickr
  7. Marsh Frog Marsh Frog by Martin Billard, on Flickr
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    Birds "please Add Yours"

    Mr and Mrs Stonechat Stonechat by Martin Billard, on Flickr Stonechat by Martin Billard, on Flickr
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    A Redstart from today Redstart by Martin Billard, on Flickr
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    Birds "please Add Yours"

    Cheers. Some about last week on South Coast and a few in and around Surrey, this is a week earlier than my first last year.
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    Got this fella today Cuckoo by Martin Billard, on Flickr
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    Female Marsh Harrier

    Thanks, these are not easy to photograph and I do bin plenty of shot but with practice I think I am getting a bit better each year. I don't think Marsh Harriers do pair for life as the males sometimes mate with more than one female but they will still provide food for all of them. This one was certainly trying to attract a mate with flight displays and calls but all the males kept a great distance and any other females coming near to this ones patch were seen off. I have only been photographing them for a couple of year so still trying to get to know their breeding and display patterns so will have a read up.
  13. From a trip to Kent yesterday Marsh Harrier by Martin Billard, on Flickr Marsh Harrier by Martin Billard, on Flickr Marsh Harrier by Martin Billard, on Flickr Marsh Harrier by Martin Billard, on Flickr
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    Birds "please Add Yours"

    Nice photo as not the easiest birds to get as never still, I am hearing and seeing lots at the moment.
  15. God knows what it would have bee like with 50mph winds The Sea Wall by Martin Billard, on Flickr
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