Saturday, 20 August 2016

Beavers And Back Hole Marsh

Earlier this week I was fortunate enough to see some of the River Otter beavers which was so exciting and I still can't believe how lucky I was.  Black Hole Marsh has had plenty to look at
 recently even after the least sandpiper, though the water levels are currently quite high at the moment with the high tides.

 Of the 2 little stints one in particular was very close last week on several occaisions  as you can see.

The ruff on the other hand never came particularly close and as for any curlew sands and the knot I've only seen them at scope distances.

There have been 2 regular wood sandpipers

Plenty of ring plovers


and plenty of common sandpipers

plus of course plenty of dunlin

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