Bee-eaters

Bee-eaters

Postby glyn on Thu 06 Jul 2017, 12:48 pm

Rare in the uk but as they are not far from me then a must see.Shame that they are a fair distance from where you can view them so quality not the best.Heavily cropped.

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

ImageBee-eater by Glyn Fuller, on Flickr

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Re: Bee-eaters

Postby FarnboroJohn on Thu 06 Jul 2017, 5:58 pm

Lovely birds and I understand why the authorities are keeping enthusiasts well back from the breeding site but I'm not going for these particular rainbows with wings! Good effort considering I've heard viewing is at about 250 yards.

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Re: Bee-eaters

Postby glyn on Thu 06 Jul 2017, 6:20 pm

Yes you are a good distance away.600mm lens recommended plus converter would be best but of course few of us have that gear.
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