Man the barricades!
A white wagtail with a desire to be photographed. He sat patiently against a uniform background for several minutes
The water pipit is a rare winter migrant to Öland. This one found a ditch with some water that had not yet frozen in the otherwise snow covered landscape.
White wagtail delivering a mouthful to its newly fledged young one (one of three young ones). It was not enough to hand over the insect, it had to be literally pushed down the throat of the immature wagtail.
Yellow wagtail on a color matched seat
This young yellow wagtail had found a pole in matching tones to land on.
A meadow pipit on a barbed wire close to sea.
In my own company
While feeding at the shoreline the pied wagtail had its own reflection as company.
Up and down
A white wagtail and its reflection.
Me, myself and I
En ung gulärla beundrar sin spegelbild under en tidig augustimorgon.
A young white wagtail standing on a stone by the sea on a late summer morning.
Skylark greating the arrival of spring.
I see you!
No doubt about it, this skylark has spotted me!
On a rock next to the gravel road, this skylark was keeping watch. Probably it had its nest on the fields behind. With the car as a hide, it was easy to get close without the lark stopped singing.
White wagtail on a stone with a soft background
A white wagtail standing on a stone. The background is far enough away to be completly blurred.
Winter visit of a horned lark on a beach on southern Öland
Every winter, some horned larks spend the winter on the beaches around Ottenby at the south cape of Öland.