Tag Archives: Plectrophane des neiges

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Bunting on the Rocks

Over the years, I have had plenty of opportunities to photograph Snow Buntings (click here for an overview). Usually, I would have them on the ground, often on beaches and grassy surfaces. Last week however, […]

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Snowy B

Last week, we had friends for dinner. In the normal way that is, not ‘Hannibal Lecter style‘. Somewhere during the conversation they mentioned, a propos, that next to their house, they had seen a rather […]

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Plectrophenax nivalis

… Also known as Snow Bunting. One of those birds that I always find a treat to watch and frame. Most of the time they are pretty busy, searching for food. We only get to […]

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Snow Bunting

One of the species we found on Heligoland, was the Snow Bunting. Of course, I had seen them in The Netherlands as well (and in Iceland), since usually we have some in winter hanging around. […]

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