Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Common Redpoll at Lackford Lakes, Suffolk.

This image was definitely a quickly '' grabbed '' shot, its not very often that I see Redpolls perched at such a low level, normally they are out of range way up in the woodland canopy flitting around foraging for seeds.

I believe that this is a female as there is no rouged bib on its neck and chest.

1 comment:

  1. I always get excited when I spot one of these at eye level. I've seen some lucky individuals in Northamptonshire get them on their garden feeders.