The good news is that tomorrow the reserve will re-open, however please note that there will probably at least until Sunday only about 50% of the paths open, the path to Ousefleet and then down to Singleton. However with reception looking over Xerox this will give views of most of the site.
BUT bring yer wellies as parts of the paths may still be a little wet. There's been some nice birds recently too with great-white egret, hen harrier, 55 ruff, 12 spotted redshank (see last blog for more details).
However, you will also note that the water in many of the lagoons is still very high - we have a lot of water to run off and its going to take at least a week to get to our winter levels!
Anyway here's a few pictures from the last couple of days
Pinkfoot, spotted redshank and ruff - Ousefleet yesterday
Great white egret
A cold swallow
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