Camping in East Anglia 2018

                           Chris and Liz, 30th September to October 4th

              Westleton (Suffolk), Earl Soham (Suffolfk), Sedge Fen, near Lakenheath
              (Suffolk), Frampton Marsh, near The Wash  (Lincs),
              King's Sutton near Banbury

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Westleton Sedge Fen, Lakenheath Frampton Marsh Frampton Marsh in early September 2017

Westleton    Staying with our friends Debbie and John Shepherd near Minsmere
Barnabees Bookshop; the let me camp in their car park. A fascinating bookshop Our friends' cottage
Stocking up on his winter walnuts Widgeon at Minsmere
  The Paddock, Sedge Fen near Lakenheath     A CCC site near the RSPB Lakenheath reserve                                                                                                                                                             
Frampton Marsh RSPB nature reserve. A hugh reserve on the edge of The Wash, It was rather dry so relatively few waders near the hides so most of my pictures are using a telephoto with rather distant birds.. We were welcome to stay a couple of nights in their carpark
East Anglian sky from our campsite                                                                                                             TOP
View from sea wall with distant RSPB Centre aand camper in carpark Boston Cathedral
Widgeon and Black tailed Godwit Whooper swan visiting for winter from Iceland
Black tailed Godwit
Egyptian Geese Shelduck
Teal -male in eclipse plumage; strange its wing patch is not 'teal' coloured female Teal
Swans flying over distant banks of Godwits with a fleeing Redshank Lapwing and Avocet                                                                                                  TOP
Golden Plover
Mixture of Golden Plover and Black tailed Godwits
Widgeon Tree Sparrows
Young Goldfinch Dragonfly
Browsing Black tailed Godwits Aocets
Goosander embarrassed by his dull eclipse plumage Male Teal with a proper 'teal' wingpatch                   TOP
Relatively rare and distant Scaup