Last day of the month and it’s blowing hard, 9.2 mtr tide with a wind behind makes spectacular views but very worrying for the residents of the park, peak tides can rise another metre. see shot.
Lots of ducks and waders in the shelter of the channel, this is the time to get some close up views. Wigeon and Pintail are resting together, Shelduck are a little further out and the Redshank are right up on the grass, the Curlew are the alarm bells and worn of anyone approaching, making it difficult to get a close up photo.
Bob and Bri