Wednesday, 11 May 2011

More Marsh Terns Please

I succumbed to the lure of the adult White-winged Black Tern that has been commuting around various pools in Druridge Bay today; joined the half dozen or so birders sat outside the north facing hide at East Chevington watching as this sublimely beautiful marsh tern bobbed and floated around the airspace above the north pool.

Delightfully delicate, beautifully buoyant we miss out so much here in Britain only seeing this whole family sparingly and this particular species even more sparingly, shame as they are just superb.

Later I watched two different female Marsh Harriers at two different sites.

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