Common Cranes show well at Slimbridge WWT

The number of Bewick Swans remains low at Slimbridge but the day was brightened by the Cranes. Although distant, their brief appearance on the top of the sea-defenses provided a nice composition and a change from the usual `portrait` shots.

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The Black-tailed Godwits were also showing well at times; I was particularly pleased with these `conta-jour` shots.



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The `common` birds were in good form too (although can we describe a lapwing as `common` any longer) with nice images of lapwing, teal, corvids etc...


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