Autumn 2020

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The Autumn colours were in full force at Kings Dyke with vibrant reds provided by a male Lesser Redpoll and a few remaining common darters. Yellows and oranges were represented by the many tree’s starting to shed their leaves.

With Winter on its way the reed warblers and Swifts fled the reserve in search of warmer climes and Swans have been spotted flying overhead inbound for the various washes.

With the second lockdown it’s not stopped any of the members taking stunning photos of the resident wildlife. If you visit the reserve please send us your records at [email protected]

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