Unusual Tales of the Riverbank

Monday, September 10th 2012

On Sunday a group of photographers in the lake hide watching out for Kingfishers had a surprise! This mammal was spotted being chased across the lake by a Moorhen.

Swimming Squirrel

Only when it reached the far side was it identified....

squirrel takes a dip

as it climbed up the bank the squirrel was unmistakable!

Strange behaviour

At least two Kingfishers were seen both here and in the scrapes area.

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Tony Crease responded on 11th Sep 2012 with...

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That has to be one of the most unusual photos of the year - thank you Raye for sharing it with us all!


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