Sunday, 9 June 2013

9th June

I've had a busy weekend with clients enjoying the summer wildlife and perfect weather on the Avalon Marshes, so don't have a whole lot of photos from the last few days (I don't carry my camera while guiding, feel it would be a little rude!). The birds certainly put on a good show, and we saw all the specialties, with Bitterns and Marsh Harriers in particular putting in plentiful appearances, and various warblers being surprisingly co-operative.
For my guided walk yesterday afternoon, I was joined by the lovely folks from Pool House B&B in Woolavington, on the South-western edge of the Avalon Marshes. They were keen to get to know the area better as they are perfectly placed for guests who wish to explore the nature reserves here.

Here's a few quick piccies from between tours:
standard Bittern view these days

Broad-bodied and Four-spotted Chasers sharing a perch 
Part of a big shoal of Roach in front of Noah's Hide, Shapwick
Heron food!

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