Twenty species of wading birds have been recorded so far this year, with the spring passage notable for rarities such as Temminck's stint and pectoral sandpiper. This evening there was nothing unusual so I had a chance to focus on beautiful ringed plovers feeding on the muddy edges of the east scrape, part of the "Jubilee Wetlands".
|ringed plovers stopping off en route to the arctic|
|little ringed plover|
|yellow flag iris|
Took me back four months to my sabbatical project there. Worth a listen and maybe look back at my TCI Blog!!