Since the first stage of the autumn work has been completed on the site, it’s now a lot easier to see what’s about. A water pipit was reported recently and without the cutting back of the vegetation, it would not have been seen. And then there’s the kingfisher which is now being seen regularly close to the main hide. Here’s some photos taken by one of the members to whet your appetites.
- Sunday 22nd May
Garden Warbler, Blackcap, Whitethroat, 2 Chiffchaff, Sedge Warbler, 47 Lesser Black-backed Gulls, male Kingfisher, 4…
- Saturday 21st May
Kingfisher, 2 Reed Warbler, 2 Sedge Warbler, 3 Linnet, Oystercatcher, 2 Common Sandpiper, 2 Swallow,…
- Friday 20th May
Female Shelduck Common Tern, 2 Little Ringed Plover, Oystercatcher
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