A few more images from my recent visit to Farlington Marshes incorporating the fences and some of the flying species that occupy this landscape. Linking to Good Fences hosted by TexWisGirl.
Miles of barbed wire fencing erected to segregate the different habitats around this reserve also helps to contain cattle used to manage the grazing areas and to deter us two legged beings from trespassing.
|Meadow Pipit hanging on tightly.|
|Dark-bellied Brent Geese.|
|Black-headed Gull looking for somewhere to land.|
|Barnacle Geese (part of a 28 strong flock)|
My view over the reed bed where most of the in-flight shots were taken. FAB.
To view the previous post images also taken during this visit please click HERE and Here.