A Dartford warbler within a minute of starting our walk on Dunwich Heath, and so close, but a slow photographer only managed to capture the get away. But at moments like that you have to take in the beautiful surroundings.
At Minsmere the highlights were an adder in a wren’s nest (the chicks, we are told, escaped) and swallows at the sluice.
Black-tailed godwits take time out from feeding
Disputes on the scrape
Swallow deciding which way to go
“Bombing magpies is very tiring”
“We are quite happy here, thank you”
Med gulls making the most of their holidays in the UK
A common tern measures up the situation
The symbol of the RSPB – an avocet
Barnacle Geese and goslings
A gadwall cooling down
“Not me guv!”
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