Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Juvenile Sedge Warbler..................................... in the River Weaver reed beds

A juvenile Sedge Warbler in the reed beds at Dutton Locks on the River Weaver.

It amazes me to think that this little bird will fly all the way to Africa in a few months time.

Linking to Wild Bird WednesdayCamera Critters and The Bird D'pot

23 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

tiny little fluff!

Frank said...

Nice capture Andrew. Let's hope it makes it back here next year.

Sandra said...

he doesn't look big enough to fly that far. he is a real cutie

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful capture.

Brian King said...

Gorgeous photo!

Stephanie said...

Beautiful wee fella!

ADRIAN said...

Great shot, let's hope it makes it there and back.

Pantherka said...

It's very beautiful.

Margaret Adamson said...

Yes it is amazing how many miles these summer migrants do every year. Great capture of this little fellow

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

They grow up so fast! You have captured several lovely juvies lately ... (I'm catching up and glad I was able to do so. Thanks for sharing.)

Breathtaking said...

Hi! This fluffy ball of sweetness
doesn't look strong enough to travel so far. A beautiful capture!

Helma said...

A beautiful and bright photo of this beautiful vogektjes.
You can have hair just count :-)

Gunilla Bäck said...

So cute and yes, it is amazing.

Adam Tilt said...

Awesome shot. Nice to get one out in the open.

Gillian Olson said...

What a cute little bird, great picture,

douglas mcfarlane said...

It always makes me wonder why our small summer visitors undertake such a long and perilous journey. Nice image.

Bob Bushell said...

The bird with spirit, great capture Andrew.

Neil said...

Little fluff ball.

eileeninmd said...

Cute little bird, adorable shot.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful and cute.

carol l mckenna said...

Gorgeous photography and bird is beautiful and amazing traveler ~ thanks, ^_^

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Anni said...

Pretty image!!! And yes, I agree, birds and their migratory patterns are amazing!!!

Thank you, for linking up this weekend. Much appreciated.

Huldra said...

It truly is amazing. Lovelly picture of the little critter :)