Unlike the previous week’s trip to Spurn, my meeting at North Cave allowed me to build in a lunch break in which I strolled the site and grabbed a few photos. Advertisements
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Tagged birds, birdwatching, blue tit, dunnock, gadwall, Goldfinch, lapwing, long tailed tit, north cave wetlands, oystercatcher, pochard, redwing, shelduck, siskin, snowdrops, teal, YWT
Finally we come to the third and final part of my posts from the trip earlier this month, which also encompassed Spurn and Kilnsea. At this point it was nearly a month ago, which is terrible on my part!
Posted in Birds, Invertebrates
Tagged ducks, gadwall, geese, lapwing, little grebe, north cave wetlands, video, waders, yorkshire, yorkshire wildlife trust
There are birds you think of visually, and then there are birds you think of as a sound. Usually it’s the sound of a place, like a Curlew calling across a moor. Or, in this case, the wild electronica of … Continue reading