One of the highlights of the spring and summer are the Black-necked Grebes. Very small birds, but what they lack in size they make up for in colour. They tend to stay away from the shore line and therefore the hides, but with a scope, they are great to watch.
Here are some of the regulars and the not so common Black-necked Grebes.
Shelduck in front of the Morgan hide.
Willow Warbler in song.
Black-necked Grebe in it's fine breeding plumage.
A well hidden male Blackcap.