Tuesday, 14 March 2017


Went down to Marsh Lane mid morning on Monday and as what often happens when the weather is great for getting decent shots I didn't manage any.The Cetti's Warbler and a Chiffchaff both gave me the runaround all morning so no shots.

This morning I had much better luck.In the oak hide a sleeping Jack Snipe was on view not that far from the hide in the marsh and a couple of Med Gulls were on the bank of the island to the left of the hide but out of site most of the time.So for well over an hour I was shuffling between two hide flaps hoping I could get some shots.

The Jack Snipe every so often woke up briefly but you had to be lucky to get a shot.

One of the several Redshanks on site came close to the front of the hide.

These are some of the better the shots of the Med Gulls I managed.A bit distant but nice to see. 

Managed a few flight shots as they flew around.

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