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June Nature Photography Report
Welcome to our June Nature Photography report. Based on Nature, Wildlife in the Countryside of North Yorkshire and the Surrounding area.
This Month we had our Second visit of the year to Leeds Wildlife Photography Hides at Methley, Leeds, West Yorkshire. The Forecast was for a scorching Day. So we arranged with the owner that we could go early. We arrived just after 0530 and set up and took pictures at 0600. To start with the hide was only 11.5 Celcius in the Hide, so was quite chilly. The light was good but needed a little higher to catch the perches. The sun soon started to move around. The Birds were very busy feeding from early Starlings by the Dozen, Jays, Different varieties of Finches and Other Small Woodland Birds. As well as the Great Spotted Woodpecker, A bird we have photographed a lot over the years.
A continuous stream of birds all Morning, The hide was not chilly for long, as the Sun got higher the temperature got higher very quickly.
Late Morning, the hide temperature crept By 30 Celsius, The Birds were still arriving in their droves. We had taken more than 2500 pictures at 1200 at 1330 the temperature was 39.6 in the hide and it was just too hot, the Birds had stopped arriving like they were earlier so we made a decision to start to pack up the cameras as it was only getting hotter and not nice. We had a very enjoyable day up to that point. On the way home in the Car with the air conditioning on we knew we had made the correct decision.
The Pictures above have been taken with the Canon R3 with RF 100-500L Lense and the Canon R5 with EF70-200LMk2 With 1.4 Extender.
Hope you Enjoy them
Finally for this Month Nature Photography Report
And that brings an end to this month’s Nature Photography Report.
See you next month.