19th June 2019 – RSPB Minsmere


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A wet and gloomy day, so not one for sunbathing on the beach. Luckily at RSPB Minsmere we were able to have a decent walk, shelter every now and again in a hide and see some lovely birds (and flowers).

The stars were stonechats, dunnocks and a whitethroat in the dunes; black-tailed godwits, mediterranean gulls, common and sandwich terns, spotted redshanks on the scrapes; and a reed buntings in the reeds. We even heard a cuckoo.




DSCF4864Stonechat and dunnock

DSCF4947Female stonechat

DSCF4950Male stonechat

DSCF4975Female stonechat

DSCF5093Common redshank


DSCF5210Common tern

DSCF5290Mediterranean gulls

DSCF5294Barnacle goose

DSCF5255Canada geese

DSCF5324Black-tailed godwit

DSCF5417Black-tailed godwit

DSCF5438Spotted redshank

DSCF5453Black-tailed godwit

DSCF5498Black-tailed godwit

DSCF5506Spotted redshank

DSCF5520Common tern

DSCF5600Reed bunting

DSCF5614Reed bunting

DSCF5628Viper’s bugloss





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