One of my favourite venues, a long overdue visit was undertaken with the recent news of some specialty waders, namely Temminck's and Little Stint along with some Curlew Sandpipers.
Bright sunshine greeted me on arrival, I had also forgot that you are always looking into the sun when viewing from the road in the morning, consequently photos are a bit naff.
Not one to complain with the glare however, it is a fantastic site which can be covered in a relatively short space of time navigating around it.
Photos below show the highlights from the visit – albeit distant and record shot photos.
Managed to catch up with all barring the Little Stint and finished the morning on 13 Wader species, also seen were 4 Raven and good numbers of Bearded Tits.
|Black Tailed Godwit|
|Blackwit and Avocet being admired|
|4 distant Ravens - seem to be on the increase|