Monday, 25 February 2013

Wansford & Tophill Low Nature Reserve

Here are some of my pictures from my recent visit to Tophill Low, it was nice to see a good variety of birds on show with some of the waders starting to return. There are also a couple of recent shots from Wansford near Driffield.

I liked this one because of the reflections

Brown hare in a field near Wansford, it is difficult to get near them for a close up

The rest were all taken at Tophill Low nature reserve

Lesser Redpoll feeding near the lagoon hide

Shelduck and Gadwall on the lagoon

The Blue Tits were starting to show interest in the nest boxes in the woods

What's it like in there?

and is the view any good?

Fungus growing on a tree nearby

The Roe Deer were taking the path through the woods

All was quiet at North Marsh except for some Lapwing flying over and an unusual coloured Pheasant on the far bank

On D res there was a male and female Goldeneye

There were Shovelers on the Southern Marshes

with Oystercatchers and a Redshank on Watton reserve

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