Following on from my last post. After we had watched the goose for a good hour and the crowds increased it was decided to take advantage of the sunny day and carry on west around the coast. Stopped at Titchwell for our pack up of filled pittas and coffee. The car park was quite full and I didn’t feel the pull to visit the reserve. We headed just a mile inland away from the flat coastal marshes to the gently rolling countryside around Choseley village. Mrs H spotted a Red Kite (Milvus milvus) so I drove to a vantage point with the sun behind us. What we witnessed is something I never dreamed I would see in my home County.
Six Red Kites in the sky over Choseley
The first Kite we had spotted swooped down to a stubble field where another flew up to meet it. These where then…
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