Sunday, June 24, 2012

Paxton Pits - Nightingale, Scarce Chaser and Diving Terns

 Paxton Pits was alive with damselflies and dragonflies yesterday morning. A Nightingale stayed long enough in a thorn bush to capture it with food for its young. This is my first photo of a Scarce Chaser - a common dragonfly species at Paxton pits but, like the Nightingale, not common elsewhere. The Common Terns were dipping into the water picking up dragonflies . I was fascinated by their reflections as well as the poses.

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