|GREY PLOVER (PLUVIALIS SQUATAROLA), TAKING A BATH!|
|GREY PLOVER (PLUVIALIS SQUATAROLA), IN FLIGHT.|
If you pull in and the tide is out you'll see lot's of thick mud, seriously it will grab hold of you and not let go, ask Ben's shoe that is probably still there now. Now if it's late spring/summer go to the lovely lady selling fresh seafood rolls and baguettes, prepared right in front of you, she'll let you know when the tide is due and may I personally recomend the Crayfish rolls...Subway has nothing on these rolls. When the tide comes in all the waders come into the car park area. Really close enabling great chances to get a variety of wader images were you can get down to eye level...as long as you don't mind a bit of mud. If it's winter the sandwich bar won't be there, the petrol station opposite the entrance to the harbour has a really good Cafe.
|PINK FOOTED GEESE (ANSER BRACHYRHYNCHUS)|
Here is two links the first one is of Spoonbills taken from the single hide at Cley Marshes SPOONBILLS and a Barn Owl taken at Wiveton Marshes BARN OWL they should open in a seperate window and will take you to my website.