|Posted on 13 January, 2017 at 2:15|
Back to East Chevington again in search of the Shore Larks. Another crisp, cold and slightly windy day. The beach was fairly deserted apart from one birder who was skulking in the dunes and waiting patiently for the birds - which duly appeared. Really I could not get close enough for my 400mm lens for good shots - but I had very good views through the bins. As they moved down the beach I tracked them for a while and managed to get a couple of flight shots.
The Pied Wagtails, that were feeding in the same spot, were more confiding.
I hope my fellow photographer got some good shots - he was hunkered down for a long time.