Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Spoonbill Summer!

At the moment there are Spoonbills everywhere in Norfolk: in many locations they are breeding - who would have dreamt it twenty years ago? Little Egrets are even more common: many people barely raise their binoculars, but I love them!

Yesterday at Cley there were seven Spoonies  in front of the centre hides, as well as a delightful little Green Sandpiper: hardly a day at the coast is unrewarded by birds that used to be great rarities...
 
Be gentle with me! Might the gull be a Caspian?
 










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