Wetland birds

About The great white egret can look similar to the little egret but as the name suggests they are much larger, similar to the size of a grey heron. Great white egrets are an occasional visitor and favour all kinds of wetland habitat - even farmland ditches can attract them. They
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A famously colourful bird of rivers and streams, the kingfisher can be spotted sitting quietly on low-hanging branches over the water, suddenly diving in to catch a small fish.
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Sand martins are common summer visitors, arriving in March and leaving in October.
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