The reserve is oozing with birds with 46 marsh harriers coming into roost, a couple of hen harriers and a rough legged buzzard over the saltmarsh. A selection of grebes and divers are on the sea, whilst freshmarsh has hundreds of wigeon, teal, golden plover and lapwing. A water pipit is showing incredibly well in front of Parrinder hide.
We have the Truxor in next week, this aquatic reed cutter will be opening up views around the reedbed and clearing ditches.
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