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Mar-14-2015 @ 6:40 PM                           Permalink
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I'm moored in Fleet Dyke and one by one I've watched 8 little egrets arrive at their roost, a dead tree by the waters edge. A short while ago some people came along to take a picture and they've all flown away. They will probably be back before it gets completely dark.

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I find watching the wildlife around rivers really magical. I had never seen a Kingfisher until we started boating 7 years ago when I was in my 60's. We saw our first on the stretch around Belaugh about six years ago whilst hiring and last year, on our own boat on the Gt. Ouse, I was mesmerised as one sat on a branch whilst we cruised by. I couldn't take my eyes off it and nearly ran into the bank! The early-season ducklings and cygnets are delightful, as are the baby Coots and Moorhens.


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