With the tide out, this Greater Yellowlegs is finding it tough going in the soft mud!
This House Sparrow and her mate have picked out the nesting box they are going to use for the season.
Here’s a Black-capped Night Heron at it’s normal roost deep in the branches of a tree.
It had it’s back to the wind which was blowing his plumes up over it’s face.
A drake Mallard found himself a quiet corner of the marsh to do his daily preening of the feathers. Being Spring his colours are bright and shiny to impress the girls!
A gathering of Sandhill Cranes at the sanctuary
Hey Joe, I can see your house from up here!
A pair of Bald Eagles on a favourite perch