Taken at Slimbridge, Gloucestershire,UK
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a wildfowl and wetland conservation charity in the United Kingdom. Its patron is Queen Elizabeth II.
It was founded in 1946 by the ornithologist and artist Sir Peter Scott, the only child of Antarctic explorer Robert Falcon Scott and sculptor Kathleen Bruce,. It has over 200,000 members and nine reserves with visitor centres, together covering over 20 km² which support over 150,000 birds and receive over one million visitors per year
WATERFOWL GAME BIRDS FLYING – CROPS & HARVESTS
Gloomy Winter Day – LOW LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY