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Andrew Marshall Wildlife Photography
Marsh Harrier (Circus aeruginosa)
Marsh harriers were once an extremely rare bird in the UK, thanks to conservation efforts by the RSPB and other wildlife trusts they are now making a slow come back across Britain, In 2016 Marsh Harriers bred for the first time in Oxfordshire in over a hundred years at the RSPB Otmoor reserve. Its fantastic to see these birds in slow characteristic flight over the reed beds once more.
Marsh harrier overhead!
Juvenile marsh harrier hunting close!
Marsh harrier, Cley marshes
Marsh harrier with prey
Marsh harrier with remains of a starling, Otmoor RSPB
Marsh harrier in golden light
Marsh harrier fly past
Close fly past juvenile Marsh harrier, winter at Otmoor RSPB
Hanging over the reed bed
Marsh harrier, Watching!
Marsh harrier landing
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