Saturday 26 January 2013


Thanks to Phil after I had been to Seaton marshes hide I decided to have a quick look for his redpolls and am glad I did.  I struck it lucky immediately for this one appeared reasonably close having just had a bath.  I only saw the one but no doubt the other was there somewhere too.

The water in front of Seaton Marshes hide did not drop that much at low tide today so not much showing apart from the usual redshanks,  common sandpiper and kingfisher.  The grey wagtail was still there and also a nice pair of stonechats.

The following photos were taken in the last 2 days.
Fieldfares,redwings and more golden plovers!

Tuesday 22 January 2013

Thrushes and golden plovers

Over the last week there have been huge numbers of thrushes in all the fields plus large numbers of golden plovers




Song thrush

Golden plover
Golden plover
Golden plovers

On the river there have been 70+ dunlin


 and this lone redshank was in front of Seaton hide

A distant snipe also in front of Seaton hide

and lastly a rather appealing blue tit on Seaton marshes

Blue tit