I had an unexpected opportunity to see some waders on the Severn Estuary this morning, even if they were rather distant and in gloomy conditions.
We had to drop a car off for servicing at Cribbs Causeway on the outskirts of Bristol and I managed to persuade my wife to go for a walk along the Severn Estuary (not her favourite spot I must say) between New Passage and Severn Beach. It was a very grey morning but not as cold as usual and so there were not too many complaints from her, especially as we stopped for an excellent coffee and bacon roll in the garden at “Shirley’s Café in Severn Beach (which had been recommended to us).
At Severn Beach on the water’s edge there were common ringed plovers and dunlin and at Northwick Warth near New Passage we saw common redshank, black-tailed godwits and ruddy turnstones. On Northwick Warth there were lots of gulls, Canada geese, a couple of grey herons and a little egret.
Not very good for photography but the exercise was very welcome.
2 responses to “2nd September 2020 – Severn Estuary”
Nice photo of the waders and the horrid cat, Loved the photo of the bridge…beautiful colour palette handed you by the light.
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Thank you for commenting. It was quite atmospheric there this morning. I nearly didn’t include the cat photo as it really was quite horrid.
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