An Hour at Twitchers

I managed an hour at Twitchers late morning today. There was plenty of activity but unfortunately nothing out of the ordinary. Most interesting was the amount of Mallards around with more than two hundred and fifty counted on the main lake. The only waders seen were two Common and a single Green Sandpiper. There were probably more out of sight as a Heron and Little Egret kept moving in and out of view beyond the vegetation that is blocking views of the scrape. Great-crested Grebes were active with three flying the length of the lake and four Common Terns were feeding. A quick stop at Kent End found another dozen Terns which included three juveniles.

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