Kent Wildlife Trust - Oare Marshes

08th December 2011
I paid a visit to the Oare Marshes nature reserve yesterday, the site is managed by the Kent Wildlife Trust and is found on the Kent Coast near to Faversham.

It is a great site with a variety of habitats including grazing marsh, salt marsh and mud flats.
A number of waders were evident icluding Avocet, Redshank, Ruff, Black tailed Godwit and Curlew.
Also many duck species such as Widgeon and Teal. The reserve has three hides and a nature trail, for more information please visit the Kent Wildlife Trust.
Unfortunately I was yet again blessed with a blustery day which made photography extremely difficult and as I am still learning to use my new 500mm lens not all that successful, I did manage a few I liked though.



Redshank - Tringa totanus
Canon EOS 7D with 500mm lens
1/320s @ f6.3 ISO 200


Lapwing - Vanellus vanellus
Canon EOS 7D with 500mm lens
1/500s @ f8 ISO 200


Avocet - Recurvirostra avosetta
Canon EOS 7D with 500mm lens
1/1000s @ f8 ISO 400

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