|Stormy seas greeted me at Chesil Cove this morning. Sadly, I saw bugger all here, it was pants.|
|This Black Redstart at Chesil Cove was nice though.|
|Thirsty work with all that salt spray around.|
|Family party of Dark-bellied Brent Geese coming into land at Ferrybridge.|
And amongst the small gathering of Dark-bellied Brents were 2 Black Brants.
|Due to the sheens on the feathers, note how the appearance changes when it changes angle. Now appearing more black and white.|
|Note how the neck band changes due to posture. This individual does have a particularly weak neck band.|
|Here is Black Brant number 2 with it's Dark-bellied relatives. This individual has a much better neck band. This individual has been returning to The Fleet since 2010 at least.|
|At nearby Radipole Lake, the Garganey was showing well from the visitor centre. Bordered either side by Teal.|
And now for something cute, whilst looking in vain for Crossbills.
|This baby Sika Deer saw me coming.|
|So, hid in the long grass by the path. How cute is that? This photo was taken with my phone.|