Another bird I found on my May trip to Sheppey was the yellow wagtail. This one was fluttering Elmley marshes. Later elsewhere on Sheppey I found 1 singing. Including a backlit shot.
A few ok shots of a sedge warbler from a walk around Elmley Marshes.
More photos from Elmley Marshes: there were a number of lapwings by the road and I got some nice shots of them. I got one as it stretched its wings. And some different shots too.
The morning of my last post when I got the Merlin was quite an atmospheric and misty one. There was bit of a frost around as an egret was hunting along a flooded ditch. There was a nice flock of curlews too. And a rabbit just about posed on the grass.
Last Monday I was driving down the entrance road of Elmley Marshes nature reserve. In the past I have taken some of my best wader shots along this road, but recently I’ve not had much luck there. That morning it was foggy when I arrived, with the sun starting to peak through, but I had…