Category Archives: Little Egret

22nd September 2017. A gloomy afternoon.

A trip up to Carsington in the gloomy afternoon of the 22nd September¬† resulted in a quik stroll round Stones Island, where on the sides of the causeway a large amount of mud is showing. On here a group of … Continue reading

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Lincolnshire 6th October 2013

We decided to go somewhere different today, so decided to go and see the 3 Blue-winged Teals at Boultham Mere and then head over to the coast at Gibraltar Point NNR. On arrival at the area for parking at Boultham … Continue reading

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26th August 2013 Spurn area.

Ideal fall conditions at the end of last week dropped tons of goodies on the east coast on Saturday/Sunday. We were tired so didn’t bother on those days but as it was August Bank Holiday on Monday 26th we set … Continue reading

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8th August 2013 Wyver Lane.

A quick evening visit down Wyver produced a suprise in the shape of a Little Egret, it was showing well as we parked up and I was able to snap a couple of pic’s before it took off and appeared … Continue reading

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