8.Liz Snell(non-registered)
Hello Doug, Interested after your blog comments on Mark Avery's..so looked at your blog and website. What fantastic pics, a real joy!
Also interested in your garden lists as I do a similar thing but obviously you don't live in faunally impoverished Ceredigion....what part of the country are you in or are we to work that out from the species lists?!
5.Michael Hunt (bus2birds)(non-registered)
Many thanks for an informative nesting season and sharing it with us all.
4.David Pottinger(non-registered)
I have learnt a lot about these fantastic birds from your clips.Hope there is 2012 swift mansion to come.Thanks a lot for the entertainment.
3.Roger Milligan(non-registered)
Doug,
Thanks for sharing the clips of the Swifts this summer. It gave me and I am sure many others a fabulous insight into their nesting habits and the raising of their two chicks until they had successfully fledged. I was amazed at how big their mouths are, reminding me of a basking shark and the struggle to exercise their wings in a cramped space to gain muscle strength for when they eventually fly the nest. A fantastic small bird which I now admire more after watching your videos. Well Done.
2.al tuttle (al-ien)(non-registered)
very pleasantly surprised Doug... much more experimental, edgy, and to my eye different than your flickr offerings. Good luck with these projects... I think you really have a talent for both taking the shot and writing to support it! we'll be seeing you in some photo magazines soon...(and I can say I knew you way back when...)
1.Darren(non-registered)
Good luck with the site pal, very exciting!
I've bookmarked it already.
Can't wait to see more of your images.
Darren
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