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Steven Mcgrath (Glesgastef) 4:11pm, 1 March 2012
Looking Foward to see some more brilliant shots in March! Here is last months winners!

1st place Paul Mcmullen ! www.flickr.com/photos/drexylpogo/6278086442/

2nd place Ian Watson !
www.flickr.com/photos/wattysphotos/6877544073/

3rd place KathleenEveritt !
www.flickr.com/photos/katholdbird/6837291459/

Congratulations! Feel free to click on the links to see Paul,Ian and Kathleens brilliant shots! well done to you all.
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Gerry Gutteridge PRO Posted 5 years ago. Edited by Gerry Gutteridge (admin) 5 years ago
Completely agree with Steven's comments above.
The standard of photography in February was high producing some first rate shots for February's gallery...

So keep a sharp look out in March for more opportunities'...

March should see some interesting pictures as Females & Male's are soaring on warm air thermals rising from the ground and advertising their presence to each other....

Look out for the tell tale white fluffed out 'vent' feathers, that's the feather's either side of the base of the tail...As Sparrowhawks come into breeding condition these feathers are often fluffed out and how splendid they look too..

May your focus be sharp..!!

Regards.. Gerry
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barnowlterry PRO 5 years ago
Thanks Terry
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Gerry Gutteridge PRO 5 years ago
What's up there then?
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Gerry Gutteridge PRO 5 years ago
Sparrowhawk (female)
wattysphotos PRO 5 years ago
Many thanks for adding to the Gallery. Ian
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Gerry Gutteridge PRO 5 years ago
A Sparrowhawk called Stephen
Allan J Simpson [deleted] 5 years ago
Thanks for the add Gerry. much appreciated. Allan
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Gerry Gutteridge PRO 5 years ago
Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus)
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Sparrowhawk
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Gerry Gutteridge PRO 5 years ago
Male Sparrowhawk
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Gerry Gutteridge PRO 5 years ago
Eurasian Sparrowhawk, Accipiter nisus.
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