Kingfisher Sightings

Friday, August 7th 2015

Regular visitor and photographer Ian has been out and about taking pictures around the reserve. He was treated to some fantastic sightings of Kingfishers down on the lake.

The fantastic shot above was taken from the lake hide with a Kingfisher sitting on one of its favourite fishing perches on the green barriers in front of the hide. There are a lot of birds on the lake at the moment with regular sightings of Grey Herons, a family of Mallards, Moorhens and Little Grebe.

We would like to thank Ian for his fantastic photos. If anybody else takes any pictures of the wildlife here at Foxglove we would always like to see them.
 


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