Spurn and Kilnsea, February 2018

A trip to Spurn Point and Kilnsea is never a bad thing, but when you can do it and get paid it really does feel like you are cheating at life somehow. But being a work trip, the opportunity to spend hours with my camera photographing birds was sadly limited.

Looking back along the point from the lighthouse

It was however great to stand in the new visitor centre and look out across the views, waders coming in to roost on the Humber, curlew and geese landing in the neighbouring fields. What’s good about this is that it shows how wildlife really isn’t disrupted that much by human activity. They just get on with their lives. It will certainly be something for visitors when they can stand and look out at waders and a great sunset.

I did have chance to grab one quick shot through the glass from the centre though, of a Little Egret hunting on a pond.

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