Monday, 24 September 2012

WHITE'S THRUSH

Thats one stunning Zoothera underwing (Andy Denton) 

Its big!! (Graeme Duncan) 

Head shot up close (Will Scott) 

Back of the bird (Bex Outram)

Monday 24th September late morning update: The WHITE'S THRUSH found this morning on Inner Farne was amazingly caught in the islands gas cage - a good sheltered area for birds to hide. As you can see, the bird is a monster and represents the first for the Farne Islands and only second ever for Northumberland following one in 1914.

This is some beast!!!!

3 comments:

Puffinus said...

WOW!!!

Steve's Wildlife And Birding Blog. said...

Amazing birds!!.

Paul said...

Now wish I hadn't been so encouraging with my last comment. Have spent the day curled up in a corner crying with jealousy.