Spoonbills in North Kent.

What’s not to love in these punk haired, tropical beauties which are enjoying the ambience of spring on the North Kent Marshes.


4 thoughts on “Spoonbills in North Kent.

  1. There is a breeding colony in Norfolk now and more and more are turning up every year. I think Oare marshes in Kent had 20 at one point this spring. They are stunners and I look forward to seeing more of them in the future.

    • As far as I am aware the ones I filmed were the only Kent birds around during this summer. It was a privilege to watch them. They are so full of character.

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