|Confiding Goldcrest (c) Francis Joseph|
Highlights of my visit were two exceptionally confiding Goldcrests that were so close and so unafraid that no binoculars were neccessary. In addition a lone juvenile Swallow was also over the screen and the reedbed , certainly the latest record that I have ever seen. As we walked back along the bridleway a Bittern got up from the ditch beside the track and flew along the hedgetop and then out toawards the reedbed.
|Kestrel (c) Tom Nicholson-Lailey|
|Harrir Kite interaction (c) Derek Lane|
|Harrier over the reeds (c) Tom Nicholson-Lailey|