Let me know when that tide's coming in won't you

Let me know when that tide's coming in won't you

Friday 21 August 2020

RSPB Frampton Marsh pt1

Last Friday saw me head down to my parents for the weekend. Along the way I planned to stop off at a few places to try and pick up some new birds for the year. Waders were what I was really after. My favourite birds, and it is just getting to that time when they are heading back after breeding. 

A nice early arrival and I could see many birds on the water just from the car park. I followed the path and made frequent stops to look over the reeds. I could see lots of Black-tailed Godwits, Spoonbills, and 100+ Little Egrets. The most I'd seen ever of this species in one place.

Only one hide was open, with all windows and doors open and hand sanitiser which was good to see. Only me in there though for half an hour and lots of birds to look at. A few Common Terns were fishing close in with Dunlins, Ruff and a few Spotted Redshank and Little Stint for company. Greenshanks, Green and Common Sandpipers helped to swell the wader numbers.

Black-tailed Godwit

A Godwit here still in most of it's breeding plumage with an Avocet in the background.


Common Tern


  1. I've never seen any of these in my pond or those nearby. Herons and egrets, yes. Dunlins and Godwits, no. They are beautiful birds.

  2. that godwit is one gorgeous bird...captured perfectly. your series is awesome!

    thanks for linking with us this week at IRBB...always a pleasure.


  3. Adam, I love the Dunlin. Nice to have a bird hide provided! Great idea. Sylvia D.

  4. Nice to see you healthy and birding Adam.. Michelle


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