Saturday, 29 November 2014

Iceland Gull

A juvenile Iceland Gull in Lerwick Harbour this morning. Pic by Hugh Harrop / www.shetlandwildlife.co.uk

Friday, 28 November 2014

Black (Woodpecker) Friday

It's 'that' Friday so we thought of something black! This Black Woodpecker was photographed by Hugh on one of our Hungary bird photography workshops. We'll be back there in February and April 2015 - all the details are here. We currently have just a couple of spaces left on the April trip so come and join us for the opportunity to take great images like this!

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

American Wigeon

Lovely views of this drake American Wigeon out in the sun-drenched west Mainland today. 

















Monday, 24 November 2014

More Tundra Beans

Great views of five Tundra Bean Geese today. Here's one of them


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Thursday, 20 November 2014

Grey-cheeked Thrush

















The Grey-cheeked Thrush at Rerwick seems to have moved on to pastures new. We last saw it on Wednesday. Many thanks to Teri and Pat Miller for their kind cooperation which allowed many birders - local and visiting - to see this American vagrant.

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Tundra Bean Goose

Nice views of three Tundra Bean Geese at Exnaboe this afternoon. Here's one of them photographed by Hugh.


Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Grey Seal

 A Grey Seal with some lovely reflections from the local fishing boats. Photographed by Hugh on one of our bespoke pho-tours

Monday, 17 November 2014

Red-flanked Bluetail

Spent a fantastic morning with Bob Swann watching the Grey-cheeked Thrush at Rerwick and this long-staying Red-flanked Bluetail at Geosetter.

Sunday, 16 November 2014

Grey-cheeked Thrush




 A Pic of the North American Grey-cheeked Thrush that has graced Teri Miller's garden at Rerwick. A stunning bird to round off a fantastic autumn! You can find lots more images and video of this bird on our Facebook page by clicking HERE

Saturday, 15 November 2014

Don't hibernate this winter!

Don't hibernate this winter - come and join our exclusive Winter Wildlife holiday which also takes in the amazing Up Helly Aa fire festival. Enjoy Otters, snow-white Mountain Hares, seals, a great selection of wintering birds from the Arctic and some truly AMAZING sunsets. Currently just a couple of spaces left. All the details are HERE

Friday, 14 November 2014

Grey-cheeked Thrush

A short video of the Grey-cheeked Thrush at Rerwick filmed by Hugh.