Two Woodcock - part of a large number visiting Campfield during the cold spell at the beginning of the year.
The gregarious and colourful Wigeon that make the winter reserve so pleasurable.
Whoopers, our glorious winter visitors.
One of the Lonning’s Sedge Warblers declares his territory for all to hear.
Pair of Canadas dropped in - quite unusual for the Reserve.
Willow Warbler - herald of summer.
Roe Deer grazing at the edge of the wood - undisturbed but ever vigilant.
This year, Campfield’s Barn Owls were very successful, probably due to a good vole year.
Woody - just one of the juvenile members of a successful brood.
Shelduck - returned to us after the flightless moult phase.
The little red Fox - left in peace at last.
The Great White Egret has graced us this year with its presence.
Winter Barnacles with one of the leucistics of a family of four.
Whoopers, recently arriving, greeting each other with lots of wing flapping and whooping.
This beautiful male Bullfinch, enjoying the remains of old brambles on the Lonning in the winter sunshine.