|Subject:||Wet and windy wetlands|
|Date:||Sat, 2 Dec 2017 05:20:27 +0000|
Even though conditions were not ideal i went down to the wetlands today. Not long after being there i heard a Little Bittern calling a few times. A short time later in Bittern hide one flew across in front of us providing close and excellent views but even though there were 3 of us armed with cameras not one of us was quick enough to get a photo. I did hear another call in a different location so i suspect there maybe 2 birds present.
Other highlights were 2 Intermediate Egrets and an immature Night Heron.
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