Monday, 30 January 2012

Lackford Lakes

On the weekend we went with the RSPB Havering Local Group to Lackford Lakes in Suffolk. After an early start and a short 2 hour conch journey we had arrived. But to our dismay we were greeted by fog, thick fog. Thankfully this soon cleared and as we looked out over the lakes we could see up to 11 golden eye present on some along with other winter wild foul.

There were 4 tundra bean geese and a large collection of gulls settling down roost. We really enjoyed the day and would go back if the opportunity came again.

Young birders.

Matthew Foakes(M.F) Jamie Croft (J.C)

Robin (M.F)

Greylag geese (M.F)

Blackbird (M.F)

Mute Swan (M.F)

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