Rons Blog

Barn Owl

From March this year, this is the Barn Owl i rescued from the Cam net near the Hide. It took 40 mins to cut it free and it later came in and thanked me with this amzing pose.

Redshank and Curlew

Made the most of the sunshine today and went to my haunt where i get my Wading birds in flight. It was a bit to bright but the sun was on my back. I took the 300mm f4 Pro lens and used my settings for Birds in Flight. You only get a few chances so… Read more »

Grey Heron

It was nice to see this young Heron flying into the small pond area so i used my birds in flight settings and got these few shots using my 300mm Lens.

Rons Wildlife Blog up and running.

Just a line to say Ruth is doing well with the Radiotherapy and i am walking everyday so i got time the other day to go to one of my Huants where i fnow the light is good and there are a few different bird species to photograph. The Coots are getting close so i… Read more »

Blog on Hold

Hi folks sorry to inform you after a year of Knee and Hip Replacements i have not been able to continue my Blog on the wildlife for you. Its a bad year but we are getting through and i am walking 6km a day 6 weeks after Hip Operation so its looking good for the… Read more »

Young Male Mallard.

  This is a juvenile Male Mallard colours jus starting to come through and when fully formwed give off an amazing Teal, Bottle green. I found it on my little walk yeasterday with doing anything stupid to get the image. Hope this is a good Autumn where i can post some nice photographs with  nice… Read more »

My First Bird Photograph.

Its so nice to be back and I blew the dust off the Olympus OMD EM1 MK2. The only thing is I forgot all my settings. Ruth went to Lancaster so I walked a short way down from our van crutches and camera. On the corner is a lovely Pine Tree with green branches so… Read more »

We are back.

Hello to everyone who follows my Blog, i have had my Hip replaced 4 weeks ago and i am healing really well but need to be careful for 12 months so i dont undo all the Surgeons work. I have soken to Graham abou hot the Hide will be brilliant next year with new ideas… Read more »

Hide Visit to put Feeders out.

After yesterday I thought it would be a good idea to put some feeders out. I took my camera but the battery ran out. Before it did I capture the Young Redstart and young Goldfinch plus what I think is a Willow Warbler due to the colour of its legs. Nice half hour.   Owl… Read more »

I Had To Visit The Hide.

Hi to all that follow my Blog, as you know Health has stopped me from running the Hide and doing the blog for all to enjoy. I have some good news in that my New Hip will be replaced on 17th August 2019. I really cant wait to get back to what I love doing…. Read more »

Hide and Blog on Hold

Hi just a quick message to let the people know who follow my blog that I have decided to put Ruth an my health first. Ruth had a Knee replacement 3 weeks ago and I am have a New Hip in the next 2 months. I am really upset that I have not got out… Read more »

Wildlife very quiet.

Hi to all the people from the site that follow my blog, as you cant leave comments i have no idea who or if anyone reads it. This time of the year is always quiet as the adults are feeding their young. It will get busy again soon as the young leave the nest. I… Read more »

New Sightings

After a long spell of rain it was time for a walk to the hide, very quiet still but on the way i did notice a Blackbird with worms in its bill. So it looks like the quiet spell is due to the fact that all the adults are very busty feeding the young in… Read more »

Great Spotted Woodpecker

This is an amazing bird to photograph at the hide. You can get so close to this shy bird. It has so many different movements. When it comes in to feed it is very alert always looking around for danger.   It is clever at finding places to place the Peanut to eat it. Small holes… Read more »

Orange Tip Butterfly

I was sat in the hie on Wednesday and noticed lots of small white butterflies flying backwards and forwards not landing. I could see that they had a Orange marking on them so it new they were the Orange tip British Butterfly that arrives in April Mat time. They never stop to get a picture… Read more »