WILDLIFE


 The Famous Five

Rush

Wild Fallow Deer Herd

Robin, St Ann's Well Gardens

Precious and Fragile Things

House Sparrow (male)

Garden Salad

Young Badger

Adder in Friston Forest

Starlings

Starling Murmuration

Star-ti-ling Sunset

Starlings

Starling Murmuration and Sunset

Murmuration

Starlings

Starling Murmuration, Brighton Pier

Iron Filings

Behind the Wheel

Starling Murmuration and West Pier, in a Hail Storm

Murmuration Coordination

Murmuration and West Pier

Egg Timer

Blurmuration and West Pier

Blurmuration

Surge

Blurmuration and Stormy Seas

Starling Blurmuration

Blurmuration over Stormy Seas

Feeding Frenzy on Brighton Beach - BEST VIEWED LARGE

Gulls fighting over a Common Starfish - BEST VIEWED LARGE

Black headed gull

Swan, Cuckmere Haven

Seagulls on West Pier

The Bird and the Bystanders

Roe Deer in Bluebell Woodland

Roe Deer Buck in Ancient Woodland

Undetected

Roe Buck Side Portrait

On the Hoof

Roe deer buck and doe

Roe Deer Doe

Field Nymph

Fairy of the Woods

Curious baby Roe deer

The Long Stare

Roe deer doe, South Downs National 
Park

Roe Buck

Leaping Roe Deer

Roe Buck

Roe deer and Magpie

Wanna Make Something Of It?

Roe deer

Baby Roe Deer

Comments

Mark Nicolaides said…
Lovely images as always, Alan.
Alan MacKenzie said…
Thank you for your comment, Mark. You might have been expecting a late summer Roe deer project from me, but I decided to use my holiday for less strenuous activity, after all that cycling in June. Maybe next year things will begin returning to normal...
Mark Nicolaides said…
Yes, you're right - I have been checking your website for the summer / rut roe deer project. But I do understand the desire to do less rigorous activity at times; all that cycling with a 500 mm f/4 and DSLR would be rather exhausting! As you know, I love looking at the photos of that yearling buck you photographed a few years ago - I love to know what happened to him.
Alan MacKenzie said…
When I track him down next August, the sleepy, mild youngster will have transformed into a testosterone-addled, Alpha-male, trashing his antlers on ferns and attempting to scare off competitors with loud barking! On the other hand, he could turn out to be like the quietly-confident, placid old statesman I met at my other site in 2019 and 2020.

If there's a downside to June, the days are so long and I don't get much sleep. By the time I'd cycled 26 miles home, it would be 11.30pm. I'd find myself going to bed at 1.30am, following dinner and an hour spent looking at the images.
Mark Nicolaides said…
Yes, that's a tiring schedule, and not an easily sustainable one! Look forward to your next update on the 'little' buck.

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