A selection of my wildlife photographs, which I captured on a sunny walk at Ham Wall Nature Reserve on Saturday the 21st of May. As always plenty of wildlife to see and hear down at the reserve. I didn't manage to photograph all of the animals I had seen, but here are the ones I did. Let me know which is your favourite photo in the comments below.
It was lovely to watch and hear the sedge warbler singing and flying amongst the reeds. This one was flying around by the Avalon hide late morning.
This moorhen chick was paddling in the reeds and finding food in the shallow waters.
A mating pair of damselflies on the reeds. I love the colours of these flying insects especially when the sunlight catches them just right.
This is the first rabbit I have seen at ham wall on my visits. Hopefully, I will see more in the future.
Flying low over the marshes looking for its next meal.
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All the photos were captured using my Canon EOS R and Sigma 150-600mm (c) lens.