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Many of the images sent to our Gallery have been produced using the digiscoping method - if this is new to you, read our FAQ - "What is Digiscoping?" by Andy Bright for a brief introduction, or Digiscoping:The Basics, by Richard Ford for a more detailed look at this fascinating activity.

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We are now offering a small prize each month to the photographer of the picture that specially catches our eye - it doesn't have to be a technically great picture, (although it could!), but perhaps show some interesting behaviour. The prize will be awarded entirely at our discretion, and will vary. Potential sponsors, please contact us here!. This month, the prize, is awarded to Adrian Dancy (see below).

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Sparrowhawk by Adrian Dancy PHOTO OF THE MONTH
© Adrian Dancy
Great shot taken (at Uni. of Manchester) with Canon 20D and 500mm .

Swallow by Bob Furness
© Bob Furness
Nikon D80 and 400mm.
Starlings by 'Jeff'Starlings
© Jeff
These fighting birds captured with a Canon 350D.

Ruddy Duck by Craig ShawRuddy Duck
© Craig Shaw
This bird looks decidedly pleased with itself!

Pied Flycatcher by Martin WilsonPied Flycatcher
© Martin Wilson
Excellent shot of this migrant bird taken in Martin's garden on Foulness Island, Essex.

Wood AntsWood Ants
© Nick Gadenne
Wood ants with prey on Isle of Purbeck, Dorset. Nikon Coolpix 4500.

Robin by Martina KochanovaRobin
© Martina Kochanova
Nice portrait taken at Waterlow Park, London.

Reed Bunting by Alex WorsleyReed Bunting
© Alex Worsley
Taken at Barton, N. Lincs.

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