VERY very chuffed to have had the opportunity to photograph this Juvenile Goshawk at The National Wetland Centre for Wales this morning, a few weeks after seeing it last on the Reserve.
Unfortunately not the cleanest of shots as the bird was resting near the cafe area, and therefore photographed through thick double glazing with some light refraction, but just pleased to have photographed it after eluding me for so long.
The Goshawk has been seen frequently flying into the bird feeder area in the mornings, and one or two other places, which has been quite special as these birds are normally very secretive and quite rare to see. They are also very aggressive and fast, using woodland as cover.
Hopefully on the next occasion it will rest somewhere with a clean line of sight for the camera – chance would be a fine thing!