Posts Tagged ‘Mute Swan

18
Jul
21

New Life

New (sleepy) life on the marsh.

01
Nov
13

In on the act

Sometimes others just try to get in on your act.

As I tried to photograph the Happisburgh Bluetail the other week a Horse just kept standing in front of me. I tried to gently ease it out of the way, but it moved back. I even tried whispering in its ear, but it wouldn’t listen. Eventually I guess he just got bored and moved off to another part of the field.

Similarly when we were waiting for Otter the other day a Mute Swan just wouldn’t take a ‘shoo’ when it should. Once I’d taken a few shots of him however it must have satisfied his ego and he swam away to the other side of the broad.

Mute Swan

23
Feb
12

Face-Off

I wandered down to the park the other day and saw an interloper.

There sat on the ice with the Mute Swans was a yellow billed individual; a whooper Swan. Not common in this part of Norfolk these Icelandic migrants prefer the west of the county. It was however not welcome, a Mute Swan was taking exception to having the Whooper among them and a ‘face off’ ensued; resulting in the interloper being shunned and pushed aside.




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