New pictures on Nature Photographers

June 2014

June had a rare bird theme to it with the new images that were lodged with the Nature Photographers library.

Without question top of the pile was the addition of Terek Sandpiper, but other rarities such as Great Reed Warbler, Great Snipe, Penduline Tit and Icterine Warbler also made an appearance with some fantastic pictures. Reed Bunting and Whinchat in flight were just two of the more common species that also feature in last months new images.

In addition to the birds, the dragonfly season really started to get underway and a fantastic emergence sequence of Four-spotted Chaser is now available. Large Red Damselfly and Blue-tailed Damselfly images were also added.

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Four-spotted Chaser - Libellula quadrimaculata
Four-spotted Chaser – Libellula quadrimaculata
Penduline Tit - Remiz pendulinus
Penduline Tit – Remiz pendulinus
Reed Bunting - Emberiza schoeniclus
Reed Bunting – Emberiza schoeniclus
Large Red Damselfly - Pyrrhosoma nymphula
Large Red Damselfly – Pyrrhosoma nymphula

Terek Sandpiper - Xenus cinereus
Terek Sandpiper – Xenus cinereus