10th of April 2012.

Woolacombe - North Devon

As the sun sets over Woolacombe and Lundy Island another trip to North Devon sadly comes to an end.

Devon always shows you it's natural beauty in all weathers and this time was no exception.

Of the 65 species of bird's seen this trip they included a few migrants that I've not yet seen inland this year, plus the best sightings, which was that of an Osprey and the great many Little Egrets along the Taw Estuary.

I'm already planning my next West Country trip which will include Lundy Island, the Exe Estuary and Cornwall's River Camel.

Until then, it's back to the central area for more local birding.



2 comments:

Ragged Robin said...

I've really enjoyed reading about your trip to North Devon and the species you've seen. Lovely photos - thanks for sharing.

Central Birder said...

Many thanks Ragged Robin, it was a fab 10 days, the Osprey was brilliant. Hope you've managed to get to Brandon Marsh recently to view the Barn Owls from the new viewing screen?