Monday, 17 August 2009

Elmley Marshes RSPB Reserve

Had a really good morning visiting Emley in Kent. Went down there in the hope of seeing a Long Eared Owl, never seen one before and wasn't dissapointed, was amazing! Saw loads of other species on what people kept saying was a "quiet day", didn't seem like it! I'd recommend anyone to pop down there, only took me just over an hour although the M25 on the way back was a pain in the arse. Enjoy the photo's!

Lesser Whitethroat


Swallows (was loads of them there!)




Common Hawker - took ages for this fella to land!


Common Blue Butterfly


Ruddy Darter


Meadow Pipit


Juvenile Montague's Harrier Hunting.....blew me away








Dunlin


Ringed Plover


Yellow Wagtail (Male)


Avocet


Grey Partridge


Reed Warbler


Here he is....a really sleepy Long Eared Owl, first i've ever seen! Wow




White Wagtail (maybe?) next to a Pied Wagtail

Little Grebe

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