seaton marshes

a walk around Seaton marshes,  44 birds seen altogether, the main birds were wheatear, ruff, common and green sandpipers, ringed plover, snipe, and then we went to the hide after the sewage works, in the field to your right walking down to the hide we saw 30 plus yellow wagtails in with the cattle feeding next to the path .on the estuary itself there was not many birds at all. 

Posted September 1st, 2017 at 6:18 pm by roger jewell & mike gibson in Bird News