June Nature Photography Report Welcome to our June Nature Photography report. Based on Nature, Wildlife…
The Summer of 2019, Places we have visited to take Photographs of the Countryside of Yorkshire. As well as its Nature and Wildlife. Many of the places we have been this Summer. We have been to many times before, sometimes more than once a year. So you see the changes and different Wildlife throughout the seasons.
When we get the opportunity, We do like to spend time on the North Yorkshire Moors above Hutton-le-Hole near Blacky Ridge. There are some great walks. As well as some incredible views and wildlife to take pictures of. As you can see from the pictures above and on our Website. We also visited RSPB Bempton Cliffs for our Second visit of the Year. Unfortunately, A lot of the sea birds had gone out to sea. Note In the diary go earlier next year!
Also had a few Visits to RSPB Fairburn Ings, Always enjoy going there to try and photograph. The Bittern, Unsuccessful Again (Must try harder) did manage to see green woodpecker and Spoonbills but were a long way away. We have had frequent Visits to High Batts Nature Reserve this summer. Where we have seen good views of the Kingfisher and Great Spotted Woodpecker among many other things to photograph. Also local to us is, Yorkshire Wildlife Trusts Staveley Nature Reserve that has some good wildlife around and the views of the lake are photogenic certainly with Sunrises it is a lovely place to go.
And towards the end of August, We went to Studley Royal Deer Park on a nice misty morning. The first time this year in preparation for the Autumn Rut.
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