Most viewed photographs in the gallery

These are the top twenty most viewed photographs on the Nature of Dorset:

Syrphus torvus in Bournemouth https://t.co/BJ18CmwWCN https://t.co/i3PB0M3nWn
The immature Eider spent the whole of my visit on some exposed rocks just offshore at Pilots Point , Studland https://t.co/TytTaJhIFJ

Tufted Ducks , Poole Park https://t.co/rvETJtbrra

Cormorant, Poole Park. Love the eyes on these guys! https://t.co/q75KMhPkMq
Coot portrait, Hatch Pond https://t.co/RBMKe2wv4l
Last shots of the Eider at Pilots Point, Studland https://t.co/pOZq7YUQox
Common Gull, Hatch Pond https://t.co/Zm1YwqKJy1
Andrena nitida in Bournemouth https://t.co/W0UPSMJypb https://t.co/z32EFljpOT
Eupeodes luniger in Bournemouth https://t.co/eKZv26tKgv https://t.co/6E7inu6Jhx

You'll all be glad( especially one of you) that these are the last few shots of the Lesser Yellowlegs on Thursday https://t.co/vlD8ugcMr9

Little Egret, Holes Bay https://t.co/LrjbrzrZt8
Bullfinch at #LytchettFields,slightly clearer view https://t.co/YCqcePzjRb
Great AM mainly at Studland almost 1000 pics taken so still processing, but here's a few, Med Gull at Studland https://t.co/iRP8eRSgFi
Some smart Stonechats around at Morden Bog today , ready for a good breeding season https://t.co/QXsvhQ53NA
Eupeodes luniger in Bournemouth https://t.co/WGcu5zffyj https://t.co/aSu9C8tYqn
Not quite the weed dance, but getting there https://t.co/LWpsi51TbJ

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