Thursday, 17 March 2011

Shelduck at Pagham

This afternoon I returned to Pagham Harbour, this time to the west side. Starting at the visitor centre, the 1.8 mile path took me to St Wilfrid's church, a tiny chapel surrounded by an orderly and well kept graveyard. This chapel is the chancel of a 13thC Norman church removed in 1864 and rebuilt in Selsey (Seal Island). There were plenty of Shelduck feeding and resting on the mudflats but too far away for a photo. Plenty of Blue Tits singing in the trees. The gorse looks splendid with its vivid yellow coat.

St Wilfrid's Church at Church Norton


Sue will enjoy this walk 
 Moorhen

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