Wednesday, 13 May 2015


As I said in my last blog, I paid a visit to Saltholme yesterday. However, while still at Seaton Common I had a walk around the golf course and found a pair of Stonechat and a Meadow Pipit feeding young. On the drive to Saltholme, I called in to see the seals even with the tide in there were a number of seals hauled up apparently enjoying the sun. Half a dozen Avocet were also in the creek by the walkway.  

It was then on to Saltholme and the below are just some of the birds I saw while there.

Stonechat (F)

Stonechat (M)

Meadow Pipit

Having a good scratch

Seal Pup

Common Tern

Canada Geese
Sedge Warbler


Little Egret




How hard are they to catch in flight!!!

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