After last weeks dipping it was time for some success. So travelled down to The Naze, a Wildlife Trust area in Essex near Walton on Naze. In the pool a very easy Pectoral Sandpiper along with Common Redshank. Then on the beach, Turnstone and a nice gathering of Sanderling. Apologies to the other photographer, as I put the birds up whilst extracting myself from the grass in what is commonly called the "crawl on your T shirt" position, trying to get in as close as I dare. Not quite as blatant as the chap who promptly returned the bird to the pool by driving his pushchair towards it whilst it recovered on the foreshore. Also of note Swallows over the heath and Juv Arctic Terns over.
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