We managed to see Otter on two of the three tours and there are still some GN Divers hanging around.
Saturday, 31 May 2014
This post covers three different tours where we seen pretty much the same stuff but I don't always get the chance to get photos. The guests come first so it's only when everyone has seen whatever we are looking at that I can get a chance to take a photograph. The Common Snipe is always a popular sighting - plenty of them doing sentry duty.
Thursday, 29 May 2014
We had 5 Common Scoter and a couple of Common Tern to get us off to a good start on this tour. There are quite a few Curlew that are keeping an eye on their chicks so it was no surprise to find this bird calling to the young.
Wednesday, 28 May 2014
The usual suspects were seen in the morning with the GN Diver and Sedge Warbler being the highlights. It's surprising how many people know of the Curlew and they have heard them too but getting a good look at one has eluded them. It is a stunning bird.
Monday, 26 May 2014
Another classic view of WT Eagle to start the day.
Sunday, 25 May 2014
An earlier start gave us the opportunity to get a good view of a male Hen Harrier - not all of the guests were on board at this point.
Saturday, 24 May 2014
The White-tailed Eagles can give you a good start to your day so when we found a bird perched in a tree we soaked up the image of a stunning bird. The bird started calling and it wasn't too long before it's partner came into view carrying a duck which it took straight to the nest.
Thursday, 22 May 2014
The Common Sandpipers are starting to settle down in their breeding sites - but not on this boat!