In my previous post I made reference to a return trip to Suffolk. In the early, dark hours of Tuesday morning I drove northwestwards into Cambridgeshire and then headed east into Suffolk for a 6am rendezvous with two other wildlife watchers.
Dawn breaking over the Suffolk countryside.
On arriving at my destination after a three hour journey I take a short walk with the sounds of Crows and Jackdaws erupting from their overnight roost behind me and a heavy dew lingering on the grassland.
The low lying early morning mist quickly dissipates as the sun rises over a Suffolk wetland.
The view over 'The Flash' with two Mute Swans still fast asleep and totally oblivious to the songs of Reed and Sedge Warblers emanating from deep within the vegetation all around me.
I return to my car for a caffeine fix and await the arrival of my 'blogger' friends as a Wren serenades me from its nearby perch and I wonder what wildlife will grace our time here. (More to follow) FAB.
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