I arrived at the North Wall this morning to be greeted by this fine Spotted Redshank...just moulting into summer plumage.
On the Breech Pool a flock of Black Tailed Godwits but this one stood out from the rest...now in fantastic summer plumage!
Also present were Shovelers and Gadwall beside the usual Teal and Mallards.
In the still morning air I could hear swans flying towards me from the Honer Farm direction
..and very soon they were passing giving the opportunity of a few flight photos.
I know they are only Swans but still irresistible photographic subjects!
Further along towards Owl Copse, the Herons and Egrets were busy nesting in the hawthornes.
Whilst this Moorhen was exploring!
|It's not all birds!|
A couple of Sedge Warblers were singing but I only had the briefest of views.
Here are some photos taken earlier in the week......
At Pulborough Brooks - a Squirrel moving its young...
|Canada Goose on nest....Winpenny hide|
Grey Heron...Breech Pool...fishing
...and finally, a female Linnet on Pagham Spit.