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Bearded Tit


Michael Gerber 2014-09-11 01:37:37
A fantastic Bearded Tit posing for the camera. This image was taken with Nikon D800. Photographer: Michael Gerber

Night Heron


Hugh Harrop 2011-05-10 13:41:43
This fantastic adult Night Heron was photographed from the Reedbed hide in late April 2011.The image was made with Canon EOS 1D Mark IV and Canon EF 500mm f/4 L IS USM Lens. Photographer: Hugh Harrop

Night Heron


Attila Szilágyi 2010-09-23 03:26:40
A juvenile bird is sitting on the perch late in the afternoon. This species can be found in front of the hide from April to September. This image was taken in end of September 2010 with Canon Eos 40D + EF 5,6/400 L USM Lens. Photographer: Attila Szilágyi

Night Heron


Attila Szilágyi 2010-09-07 06:24:09
This species can be found in front of the hide from April to September. This image was taken in May 2010 with Canon Eos 40D + EF 4/300 L IS USM Lens. Photographer: Attila Szilágyi

Ferruginous Duck - Aythya nyroca


Simay Gábor 2010-09-03 03:05:49
This is a drake and probably the mate of the pevious duck as they were spending most of their time together. The picture was taken with a Canon 40D + 4/500 IS lens. Photographer: Simay Gábor.

Ferruginous Duck - Aythya nyroca


Simay Gábor 2010-09-03 03:03:45
During the summer some Ferruginous Ducks were usually present in front of the hide. They were frequently resting on the closeby mudflat, where - when not sleeping - they were preening and falpping the wings nicely, which made possible to take "action" shots. This femail bird was photograpehed with a Canon 40D + 4/500 IS lens, in July, 2010. Photographer: Simay Gábor.

Kingfisher


Tomás Sum 2010-08-29 06:51:29
Kingfisher is a regular guest at the hide in late summer. This image was taken in mid August 2010 with Canon 4/500 IS Lens and EOS-1D Mark III camera. Photographer: Tomás Sum