Sat 10/02/2018

Took the family down to Rye Harbour Nature Reserve today. It was bright sun when we got out of the car, and blustery, arctic rain when we got back in. Plenty of waders and gulls around though. We spotted these from the John Gooders hide near to Lime Kiln cottage:

A mixed bag of small waders; dunlin Calidris alpina, which are the greyish birds in the background, and ringed plovers Charadrius hiaticula, the strongly-marked specimens in the foreground.
A mixed bag of small waders; dunlin Calidris alpina, which are the greyish birds in the background, and ringed plovers Charadrius hiaticula, the strongly-marked specimens in the foreground.
Redshank Tringa totanus
Redshank Tringa totanus
Shelduck Tadorna tadorna, (photographed down the path a little from the John Gooders hide)
Shelduck Tadorna tadorna, (photographed down the path a little from the John Gooders hide)

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