Thursday, 22 June 2017

Yellow Wagtails at Blofield Heath

Before the rain I thought I'd have a bash at the Red-veined Darters at Queen's Hills, Costessey: despite a good trudge round the only insects I came across were Black-tailed Skimmers, Banded Demoiselles and the usual June butterflies.

On the way home, as is my usual practice, I took the long route via Bullacebush Lane and Ranworth Road: in the past I've encountered Montie's, Golden Plover and Bean Geese along this stretch. Today the Yellow Wagtails were back and I managed a few photos: what stunning birds they are!

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