It was a bright morning (always a bonus) and there was lots to see. There were Reed and Sedge Warblers in the reed beds. A Kingfisher zipped past while I was watching some of the many Grey Herons, and the main water held hundreds of Swifts, Swallows and Sand Martins. It was a fantastic Spring morning.
A male Blackcap was letting everyone know he was around.
Common Terns taking a rest in front of Horrock's hide.
Great crested Grebe.
A juvenile Grey Heron, and some Lapwings behind.
Little ringed plover.
Something I try every year. Catching a Swift in flight. It's not very easy.