EAST KENT WILDLIFE GROUP
Combining birding, ringing, censusing, butterflies, dragonflies, mammals, reptiles, plants, fresh air, fun

Some photos of our activities
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Oare Marshes Tuesday 14th April. Cettis Warbler showing at last, Sedge and Willow Warblers, Reed Bunting and Kestrel by John
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stodmarsh on Wednesday 2nd April; Robin, Bearded Tits and a Treecreeper carrying nesting material by John Pell
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Dover, Dour Valley census. We found Coots nesting and Grey Wagtails and Mute Swans paired up. The river is a beautiful clear chalk stream with some trout dashing along it. Photos by John and Liz Pell

Reculver. Southern subspecies of Cormorant, Barnacle Goose's backside, Ringed Plover, Brent Goose fly-by and
Redshank showing off, by John Pell

Elmley. Bearded Tit, Redshank, Lapwing, Ruff and Starlings by John Pell.

Pegwell Bay walk. Male Stonechat, Wren, Curlew flying and Curlew with Lapwings by John Pell

  1. South Swale NR Brent Geese
  2. South Swale NR Redshank
  3. South Swale NR Redshank

South Swale NR Brent Geese and Redshank in flight by John Pell

Dungeness. Great Black-backed Gull, Pochard, Kestrel and two female Smew by John Pell

Quex Park fungi