14th October 2020 – Severn Estuary

We had a pleasant walk from New Passage to Severn Beach (or more to the point to Shirley’s café where there is a nice garden to have a coffee) and back even though there was a sharp north easterly wind. We saw a variety of birds on the estuary along the way but were a bit late in the day to see the vis mig (visible migration) of redwings, mistle thrushes and siskins which were reported earlier.

The Prince of Wales bridge
Ruddy turnstones
Grey heron
Little egret
The two Severn Crossings in a different light

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