Sunday, 9 August 2015

CORN BUNTINGS OF THE FYLDE COUNTRYSIDE.

Once a common sight and sound of the countryside the corn bunting is struggling to survive with the evolution of modern farming techniques,the bunting is hanging on in a couple of areas of the Fylde but for how long I dread to think.I was lucky enough to have access to a cornfield were a pair of buntings had made a nest,a hide was erected and I managed to capture a few images,not the image I had in mind but the best I could manage.The lack of the finer points of fieldcraft let me down,but I`ve learnt alot and hopefully the next time I will be more successful.I`ve posted my efforts below.






3 comments:

Pete Woodruff said...

Love these Martin.

Excellent stuff, and good you made mention of why we don't see them anymore, and more than likely never will again.

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Great shots.. Nice compositions.. Congrats..

Ze Marks Birds said...

Very nice shots!!!

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