Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Lots to see at Black Hole Marsh

Apart from the usual dunlin, ring plovers, black tailed godwits, green and common sandpipers, greenshank, redshank and the spotted redshank to name but a few today was a little different. 
There was a kittiwake lying low amongst the grass which was a bit worrying, though it did eventually fly but not too far.  Late afternoon it was still present on an island amongst the black headed gulls.  Hopefully it was just exhausted from yesterdays weather and will soon recover.  This afternoons pictures are at the end.

2 of the 3 ruff

The knot

and more kittiwake pictures

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