Saturday, 22 October 2011

Beautiful Birds (30): RSPB Reserve Minsmere, Suffolk, UK

A Teal (not a Shoveler) ... shovelling!
David lining up the camera for a waterfowl fly-past

You can see the Mismere RSPB Reserve on the left and the North Sea on the right ... pretty chilly, too!

And here they come!

A Little Egret surrounded by a group of Teal, with their heads below the surface.
Is this a Bar-Tailed Godwit? No, I gather it's a Black-Tailed one.
We drove past the RSPB Deer Rut station ... into the Dunwich sunset.
Do take a look at David's Orwell View blog for more photos ... You may also like to see the RSPB Daily (e-bulletin), featuring the Little Egret we saw at Minsmere.


Adam Tilt said...

Thanks for the comment and hope that you are settling in well to your new home. I'm just back from a week in Norfolk but will have to head over to Minsmere at some point as it's been far too long since my last visit. It's a great reserve.

Mary said...

It looks like it was a perfect day for birding and you saw some lovely ones. I love to be out on nice days like this and don't look forward to the coming cold soon.