Saturday, September 02, 2006

Egret in the Docklands

Little Egrets are now fairly common in Southern England but I never tire of seeing them. They still hold some of that exotic, continental aura about them. This year saw the first breeding record for London. For the past few years a bird has regularly turned up in late summer in the docklands of East London at the Lea Valley nature reserve of East India Dock Basin. I took the Docklands Light Railway out there today to try and get some photographs but it was fairly wet and windy.


Katie said...

Fraser, what equipment are you using?

Anonymous said...

I think he uses a Box Brownie.

Unknown said...

after the red kite over Hendon Park 2 weeks ago, Sunny Hill Park was not to be outdone. On a walk round yesteday evening I looked up and saw a little egret flying over! it was going east at about 7:30.