Sunday, 3 October 2021

October begins ..

 .. with cold Westerly winds. Grrrr.

How did that happen? I selected the photos and it posted them in reverse order.

Oh well.

Pectoral Sandpiper

This was found today by ATh at Hauxley.and was much closer than the Druridge bird even if I had to photograph it from outside the reserve

Great Spotted Woodpecker

Black-tailed Godwits

Some of the 150 which roosted at East Chevington before flying off to feed in the Coquet Estuary.

Pink-footed Geese

Early morning at Druridge is magical with the sight and sound of these geese.

Pectoral Sandpiper

Druridge Pools


Take a second look.

Common Darter

1 comment:

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed my hour at The Budge Field early Sunday. Only the Spotted Redshanks at Cresswell meant an early exit so arrived at Dru before the Pinkies had left. The sights and sounds were marvellous. A WONDERFUL start to any day !!!