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Came across your site via rspb search.
Impressed, i work on Orchardton rd so like the pond shot!
getting back into birds again, have moved to Douglas, close to the clyde.
will keep checking your site.
Lomea Hide photography
Wildlife photography in Bulgaria
John l was very impressed with your pictures they are excellent l felt that l could put my hands out and touch the birds or animals.
Good Morning John
IM more than impresed with not only your photographs but your outstanding Bird list A.......................mazing my friend long may it continue
Cheers Mike [ Winterkoning The Netherlands ]
some lovely photos John
Hi-class photos. congratulation.
Hi, Tony Campbell here I met you twice at the end of last year, at Kinneil lagoon( you spotted the green winged teal for me) and at hogganfield soon after. I wonder if you could help me . I'd like to make an early morning visit to Stockie Muir to see some black grouse, a bird I've yet to identify. Not having been before I might wander about without going to the best point to view them could you give some directions please. I know how to get there by car and I see there's a queen's viewpoint other than that it looks a large area.
I enjoy your site ,I look at it every day and it's really useful. Well Done.
If you can spare some time, I would appreciate very much your comments on the gallery:
Hope to hear from you. Thanks.
ring necked duck in firth of clyde near to faslane on thursday
hi just found your website ..some fantastic photo`s....i`ve recently been working in Greenock at the inchgreen dry dock....if anyone is interested you`re virtually guaranteed to see the resident peregrines up on the cranes...and they seem to have a taste for black headed and common gulls
What beautiful pictures especially the tufted ducks. Glad i came to your site to view the photographs. thanks for the recommendation Regards Wendy
Not what you could call a die hard bird watcher but having been brought up in the sticks, I have a little bit of knowledge.
One bird I have never seen is a kingfisher. Not really tried hard to spot one but as saturday night was lovely, I went for a walk on the River Kelvin in Torrance and hey presto! A bolt of blue flew past me toward the bridge, saw an angler waist deep, turned round and flew past me again. Brilliant! I assume that avid twitchers are aware that they are resident there?
Glad I found your website
Superb flying mallard shot John, site looking great....., makes me miss Hogganfield!
Hi, I would just like to update your guestbook and say that I love your site. I visit it almost every day as I just love to compare all the recent sightings - especially the arrivals - with my own and to keep abreast of the local news too. Thanks, David.
Hi John, as everyone else has noted a great start to your site and look forward to seeing more good work and useful information.
Ray Purser Photography
Excellent start to your pbase galleries John,have noted your work before.You have some very fine images.
Nice one John.
Cracking images within interesting galleries.
This is evolving into a useful & informative resource (and a good way to spend a rainy day).
Like big Arnie I'll be back!
Super start John, I look forward to watching your site develop over the coming months.
Welcome to PBase, John.
I'm happy to see with your opening images that you have made the effort to identify and locate your subject and to show the exif. That information is always helpful for those of us that strive to learn from the work of others and for those of us that may be unfamiliar with a particular species.
Happy Christmas to you and yours,