Having stepped out the front door first thing this morning I was greeted by hundrds of Sand Martins flying to and fro and gathering on the 'phone lines,
...then it was up to the Spit hide to check to see how many ducks and waders had arrived during the past 14 days. I was surprised to see a fisherman pole fishing for Mullet...a first for me as I had never befors seen this method used in the harbour.
That is not to say chasing a Barred Warbler in Holme or finding Pec Sands in Minsmere and Titchwell and watching hundreds of Pink Feet coming into Cley wasn't great birding, but its always good coming back to your home patch.
Here are a few pics .....................
|Spoonbills Redwell , Holme|
|Bar tailed Godwits|
|Barn Owl at dusk...Redwell marsh|
|Juvenile Gannets passing off shore wind farm.|
|Bar tailed Godwit...Titchwell beach|
|Avocet...from Parinder hide Titchwell|