Saturday, 12 November 2011
More From The Moss
Leighton Moss that is..I have made a few visits recently and just thought I would post a few more images from those visits.It has been very good recently with a nice selection of waders present on the shore pools.the starling roost building up nicely and some nice views of otters and deer.
The otters were seen from the Lower Hide but were too far away for decent images.Hopefully one day I will be lucky with a close encounter with these beautiful animals. I was lucky however with a nice close sighting of a roe deer,never easy to get close too and the young buck's image heads the blog.Red deer hinds also popped out of the reeds at the Jackson Hide to have a look at Martin and I as dusk was approaching.
Next week promises some decent weather and I will probably return to Leighton Moss to see what is out and about at this special RSPB reserve.In the meantime enjoy the various images above of marsh harrier,preening teal,greenshank,little egret,pheasant and the deer. Thanks for looking.