Plovers - Dungeness and Romney Marsh Bird Tours and B&B
One of a pair that remained in the Dungeness area for two weeks in September 2008, before being scared away by an Osprey!
Green Heron - The first for Kent and only the sixth British record, present on Romney Marsh from 25th October - 7th November 2008. This bird was most confiding feeding on small fish, such as Roach and Perch, in the vicinity of the dam on the Royal Military Canal near West Hythe.
Avocet - a breeding bird in the Romney Marsh Area (© Ken Plows)
Firecrest - a Spring and Aultumn visitor (© Ken Plows)
Great Northern Diver - a scarce winter visitor (© Ken Plows)
Bittern - a regular winter visitor (© Ken Plows)
Little Tern - a summer visitor, breeding locally in small numbers (© Ken Plows)
Spoonbill, Dungeness RSPB May 2010 © Paul Trodd
Lapland Bunting, Dungeness Sept 2010 © Paul Trodd
Wryneck, Dungeness RSPB Sept 2010 © Paul Trodd
Pallas's Warbler, Dungeness Bird Observatory Oct 2010 © Paul Trodd
Red-flanked Bluetail, Dengemarsh Road Nov 2010 © Paul Trodd
Bittern at ARC Pits © Paul Trodd
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