Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Lackford Lakes - Suffolk WT

Lackford Lakes in between Barton Mills and BSE ( Bury St Edmunds ) is one of my favourite reserves, very well run and worthy of comment, the staff are incredibly friendly and welcoming.

It offers very diverse habitats with scrapes, reedbeds and gravel pits.

To tempt providence it is also one of the few venues where Kingfishers can be ( virtually ) guaranteed from a hide overlooking a small reedbed and well supplied with perches, very camera friendly.

There is something about the first digipic that almost makes it look as if I have superimposed the bird and perch over the background, some sort of optical illusion, very strange.

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