Thursday, 6 April 2017

Norfolk Break

I have been coming down here for over fifty years now there is just something about those reed beds and marshes and its wildlife that just keeps calling me back .
We spent hours just watching Marsh Harriers displaying , Geese and Egrets flying over the distant sound of calling Cranes and the pinging calls of Bearded Tits in the reed beds . A fleeting glimpse of a Chinese Water Deer as it darted from cover all this and in glorious sunshine , why would you want to be anywhere else but Norfolk.
Red Kite.
Red Kite.
Marsh Harrier (female).
Marsh Harrier (male).
Marsh Harrier (male).
Little Egret.......We brought the dogs down with us and it was little Millie's first time on a beach so it was up to her bigger sisters to look after her.
She gave Willow the run around at times.
But all in all she just took it all in her stride.

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