11th October 2020 – WWT Slimbridge

As the British Trust for Ornithology says: “Migration is not so obvious in autumn as it is in in spring with summer visitors ‘disappearing’ gradually. Winter visitors tend to arrive over a longer time period and are not in such a rush as spring migrants; the urgency of the breeding season is not there.”

It certainly felt that way at Slimbridge today where there were not so many birds to see, especially as we only walked out to the Severn Estuary and back on our brief visit.

Lovely views of the estuary
Little egret
Distant views of common cranes
Lots of shelduck on the estuary
Shelduck close up
Greylag goose

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