Sunday, April 17, 2005
It is a very popular place for bird watchers, the reserve is rich in bird life. In summer breeding birds of the dunes include red-legged partridge, dunnock, whitethroat, linnet, skylark, yellowhammer and tree sparrow. The mudflats provide a winter home for substantial numbers of brent geese, shelduck, twite, lapland bunting, shore lark, large flocks of knot and dunlin and a wide variety of other wading birds. Donna Nook has one of the largest and most accessible breeding colonies of grey seals in the UK. Pretty knowlegable little pug aren't I?
Here we are after we have just left the car park;
Believe it or not the sea is over here somewhere!
Here I am investigating;
Just having a quick shake, this sand gets everywhere!
Pugsley is also interested in local wildlife, he has been walking in Whitwell Woods this morning, here is one picture of him there, and there are more if you go here: http://www.bull-terriers.co.uk/pugs/pugsley2.htm