Friday, 23 December 2011

A LITTLE BIT OF SNOW FOR CHRISTMAS








As the weather men are predicting for it to be reasonably mild over the Christmas period I thought I would present you with a little bit of snow!



Yesterday I went to Startop's End  Reservoir near Tring in Hertfordshire were sightings of a Jack Snipe had been reported during the last two days, needless to say it was spectacular in its absence!!
So I decided to have another look at the Snow Bunting that has taken up residence and has been showing well for over a week now.



So, here's your  'snow'  for Christmas...enjoy!







And a video...!

10 comments:

holdingmoments said...

I must get my bum down there Trevor, and see this bird.
Cracking video.

Roy said...

These are fabulous shots Trevor, I have not been able to see this species yet. The North Norfolk coastline is a good spot for them.

Bob Bushell said...

Great pictures and marvelous video, you can tell that he/she is very fond of having you to film it, he has just finished washing and making itself perfectly dry.

ADRIAN said...

A beautiful little snowfall.
Great video.
Have a great Christmas.

The Herald said...

Thanks Keith, Cold and sunny tomorrow morning, so a good opportunity to take a look, Good luck...[;o)

The Herald said...

Thanks Roy, Maybe some decent weather over the holiday would be a good excuse for a trip 'up North', as they say!...[;o)

The Herald said...

Thanks Bob, by all accounts it's a first winter male, and yeh, it did feel a little odd watching him during one of his more intimate moments!!...lol...[;o)

The Herald said...

Thank you Adrian. One of the better types of snow!

Hope you have a great one too...[;o)

Andrew said...

Lovely to see more images of this little beauty Trevor..

I wish you all the best for Christmas and the New year.

The Herald said...

Thanks Andrew.

Have a Great Christmas yourself,and lets look forward to a super new year...[;o)