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Swarovski ATS 65mm HD Telescope with 25-50x w eye-piece and 20x wide eyepiece.
Carl Zeiss Dialyt 7x42 Binoculars (belonged to mother)
Optricon BGA 8x42 Monocular
Canon EOS R5.
Canon RF 100-500 f4.5-7.1L IS USM
Canon RF 15-35mm F2.8L IS USM Lens.
Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R.
Canon Extender RF 1.4x.
Canon 7D Mark II.
Canon EF 300mm f/4 L IS USM.
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I have had images published in Birdwatch, Birding World, The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mirror, Eastern Daily Press, The Lynn News, NOA Report, NWT 'Tern', FIBO and the Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, Front Cover 2014. Front & Back Cover of the NOA Annual Report 2011 and Front Cover 2016. Pallas's Warbler in 'Siberia's Sprite' By Andy Stoddart 2016. Images published on-line for the BBC, Sky News, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail & more.
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Hi, saw a Citrine Wagtail on the Scillies a few years back but it pales into insignificance next to this one!!ReplyDelete
It was an awesome bird, which is why I stayed watching it and photographing it from midday to gone 5pm!!! The only other one I have seen was a female at Cley-next-Sea on the NWT reserve found by Mark Golley - it disappeared and I re-found it!ReplyDelete