Thursday, 22 November 2012

North Cave Wetlands

Weather forecast was for a bright, sunny day and it didn't disappoint for once.  This is only my second visit to North Cave - the reserve is built on the site of an old stone quarry.

The first spot of the day was a Fieldfare feeding on berries.

Then on the first pond we saw these Tufted Ducks flying in.

The trees with berries were proving popular this time a Yellowhammer

and then a nice shot of a Blue Tit.

A Wren hiding amongst the branches

and I am not sure what this one is yet?

Hovering over the fields was a Kestrel.

We then went to Turret hide and had some good sightings.


Snipe, this is some of the best views I have had of them.


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