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Estuary birds

Sunday, 4 March 2018 at 17:52

Redshank Putrid weather for fishing but I did manage a walk to the local estuary and photographed some wading birds. It's astonishing how you can look at something - our local estuary is an example - and not actually see it. For almost the first time I looked and saw - and as a result, photographed nine species of wading and other birds, from redshanks (pictured) through greenshanks, teal and pintail to black-tailed godwits. It was a lovely couple of hours and made much good.

  I've been thinking about angling plans for the coming months: mullet on the fly, flounder on the baited spoon, perhaps some shore casting.... Trout at Grafham and Rutland.... And some trips further afield to Hampshire and Derbyshire at mayfly time together with what I hope will be another Irish visit in the summer. It should make a varied and interesting year.






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