Friday, April 26, 2013

Nearly there!

 I have spent the last few weeks working on my final college projects and am almost there, just one more to go and have that in hand, I hope! I am also hoping that this time next I will be watching a spoon-billed sandpiper or two in Rudong, China. There have been a few seen there already this spring, fingers crossed they remain for another while.
 I finished off the the harrier and pipit plates for one of the final projects a while back but havn't found the time to put them up or lay them out in  a spread yet. With most of the pressure off now, I hope to get some time to work on layouts next week before I head off.  Above is Montagus harrier.
 Pallid Harrier
 Northern Harrier
 Hen Harrier
Tree and Olive-backed Pipits


  1. Great picture of a Spoon-billed sandpiper! I've never seen it in full breeding plumage before. Hope you get to see some in Rudong.

  2. Geniales ilustraciones, Robert
    Un saludo