Avocet bird gallery, UK waders ornithology photography & artwork - Katey Jane Photography

Please not, the website is being worked, drop downs added but now for the info to be added, a long winded process this one.  


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    Stunning birds but are harder to shoot, with all my work, I like to get the best shots I can so some galleries may be slow to update, a lot of effort is needed to get these birds at their best.

    In a large colony they are aggressively defensive and chase off any other species of birds that try to nest among or near them. That causes the annoyed remark "Avocet: Exocet" from some British birdwatchers.  They had been extinct in Britain for a long time because of land reclamation of their habitat and persecution by skin and egg collectors, but during or soon after World War II started breeding on reclaimed land near the Wash which was returned to salt marsh to make difficulties for any landing German invaders.

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