This guy is doing a great flamingo impression getting 1 leg up!
We moved onto the Dungeness RSPB Reserve and were greeted by a perched Marsh Harrier who did the decent thing and flew straight towards us giving me my best ever views of what is quickly becoming one of my favourite birds of prey!
Great White Egret...these guys are becoming popular! Here is this fella telling off lapwaings and gulls!
Ahhh....a swan and his reflection, bit cliched eh!
This little smooth newt almost got trod on my Adam!
2 Stonechats decided to be the most well behaved birds of the day letting us get extremely close, this is the best of my 30 or so pics!
A group of Tufted Ducks
Nice little Wren
My attempt at an arty Reedbed shot....it was an absolutely corking morning with loads of sun and 20 degrees
Loving these guys....Curlews!
A house Sparrow taking some shelter, the afternoon at Elmley was slightly wet and dreary
We decided to leave Elmley Marshes around 3.30pm, the weather wasn't improving and unfortunately we hadn't seen a Hen Harrier, Short Eared Owl or Merlin (all birds that have been seen on and off at the reserve) Bit gutting as i've never seen any of them and really want to! Anyways, it was winding down and we were maybe hoping of seeing something cool on the way out of the reserve....and then we saw a weasel! Never seen one, so glad i did! It kept bouncing up and down, flipping over, diving down holes and poking it's head up so look at us....but it didn't seem to care we were there! Brilliant! With not much light and all the moving about it wasn't easy to photograph but here are some decent one's...