Close up shot of a Black Headed Gull taking off from \one of the lakes at Rye Harbour nature reserve. They're a plentiful visitor to the reserve and provide great opportunities for action photography from one of the 5 or so hides positioned around the reserve.
The soft, early morning sunlight cast a wonderful yellow glow across the river at Glynde in Sussex. There was mist rising up off the water, which parted as this majestic swan sailed through.
A Greylag Gosling, taken at Arundel Wetland Centre. They're in abundance during the spring months, flapping along beside watchful parents.
A Goldfinch, sitting proudly and singing its heart out, early one morning at Amberley in West Sussex
A Tawny Owl, taken at the British Wildlife Centre. The lush green grass behind made for a great background, contrasting well against the rustic colours of the owl
Little Egret flying overhead, Cuckmere Valley, Sussex
A Kingfisher with its wings spread is a truly majestic sight
This Kingfisher had just come out of the water after an unsuccessful fishing attempt. He looked thoroughly unimpressed!
Heron standing on the bank of Hammer Pond at Knepp Wildlands
A Kingfisher doing what they do best
A profile shot of a Great Spotted Woodpecker
A Nuthatch snapped in Millers Wood in Sussex
A pair of Blue Tits feeding on a log in Millers Wood, Sussex
The Great Spotted Woodpecker is often bold and brash, snapped here in Millers Wood, Sussex
This nuthatch had a few things to say!
A Great Tit and a Blue Tit
A Blue Tit in flight at Millers Wood in Sussex
A Blue Tit comes to rest on a branch of Hawthorn, Millers Wood, Sussex
A Blue Tit resting on an old tap at Millers Wood in Sussex
A Marsh Tit standing proudly on a Hawthorn branch. The red berries really complement the green hues in this image
An incredibly engaging bird. The Nuthatch is one of the only birds comfortable going head first down a tree
A Blue Tit resting on a branch of hawthorn
A pair of Goldfinches jostle for position on top of a teasel head
A woodpecker resting on a tree trunk. Spotted at Millers Wood in Sussex
A Green Woodpecker, one of our more striking and colourful birds
A Common Buzzard feeding on a pigeon, taken at Bourne in Lincolnshire