My local Patch – Germany

My local Patch – Germany

Species photographed on my local patch in Germany included: Red Kite, Black Kite, Black-necked Grebe, Greylag Geese, Long-tailed Tits nest building, two Long-tailed Tits completing their new nest, Coal Tit, Marsh Harrier, Peregrine Falcon and Goshawk.






Red Kite Germany w 4001
Probably the commonest raptor species in Germany – The Red Kite
Black Kite flight w 5672
Black Kite

Black necked Grebes summer 8049

Black-necked Grebes

Greylags flight over reeds w 0470
Greylag Geese
Greylag Geese w 9887
Greylag Geese
Greylags flight over reeds w 0471
Greylag Geese
Long tailed Tit w 0082
Long-tailed Tits nest building
Long tailed Tits nest build w 0062
Two Long-tailed Tits completing their new nest
Coal Tit 2165 2
Coal Tit
Marsh Harrier male w 9983
Marsh Harrier, male
Peregrine Falcon juvenile w 0512
Peregrine Falcon, juvenile
Northern Goshawk w 9906
Northern Goshawk w 9898
Goshawk turning


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Stephen Daly

Stephen Daly

Stephen Daly, has been birding since he was eight years old in his native Scotland. After living in Germany and France he established Andalucian Guides the successful birding and wildlife tour company on The Strait of Gibraltar in Spain and has been living here since 2001. Photographing birds in flight is one passion and his photos can be found in many books, magazines and journals. Studying bird behaviour and bird migration are two other positive aspects of being based on one of the busiest migration routes on Earth.

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