Friday, 22 June 2012

Beautiful Birds (47): Summer Visitors at Snape

I had a wander around Snape Maltings in the sunshine ...
... when a bird of prey soared across the reedbeds,

... over the trees,
... and across the sky.
Was it another Marsh Harrier? I am not sure.
Closer at hand, the Swallows and House Martins ...
... were dive-bombing for insects.

Small birds were darting about at infrequent intervals in the reeds. I saw a flash of white, but nothing more. If you would like to see a couple of stunning photos of East Anglian reed dwellers, I suggest you pop over to the Kirkstall Creatures blog here.

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