Below are some of my photographic highlights.
The beach north of Sea Palling
The Little Terns doing their synchronized display flight is better than the Red Arrows
The parents tease the young to get to encourage them to fly.
The juvs also practice diving.
At times this is a busy beach, yet the Ringed Plovers still manage to raise their young.
This Dunlin was trying to workout how to swallow this beetle.
While enjoying the spectacle of a party of screaming Swifts over my house, I sight that I
seldom see in London, this Common Crane was a garden tick.
Heavy dew plays havock with a Barn Owls feathers.
The colony of Little Egrets at the southern end of the east bank goes from strength to
These Spoonbills were on Hickling Broads Rush Hill Scrape.
scrape at Cley just as I opened the door.
Little Ringed Plover juv
Water Rail juvenile
This little group of Shoveler's walked across the same stretch of mud at the same
time 2 days running.
Bearded Tit juvenile