I think it’s a baby moorhen.
I thought I’d start publishing some of the old photos I have lurking as drafts on this blog. I’m not sure why they never got published – maybe at the time I wasn’t quite sure about the photo, or maybe I couldn’t think of anything … Continue reading Giant Raven Guard
Swans, like most birds, have that maniacal glint in their eyes that hint at wondrous misadventures. This swan lives on the Serpentine in Hyde Park, a lake named for it’s abundance of bread-feeding tourists. Hidden behind a metal camera and feeling somewhat cavalier towards the … Continue reading Swan Drop
I don’t know what life is like as a coot, but this looks like a pretty nice place to spend some of it. Undoubtedly the coot is recording the scene in reverse for it’s own blog posts about gangly mammals that disturb your peace.
This little guy was very friendly.
This is a very snazzy looking duck. Based upon my previous attempts to identify wildlife I’m just going to classify this one as ‘happy’.
Wish I could have gotten closer. Seen in Regent’s Park.
A mother and her family of ducklings contemplate whether to go for a swim in Regent’s Canal.
There are lots of these in Regent’s Park, and they stand perfectly still making them easy to photo.
It’s a heron, I’m told.