Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Swallows and Lilies

Swallow fledgling, Hirundo rustica
We had lunch at the Arundel Wildlife and Wetland Trust yesterday which gave me a chance for a wander around the reserve. During a walk through the reed-bed I came across two fledgling Swallows which were perched on a dead tree. One flew off and a parent fed the remaining fledgling frequently while hovering above it.
Moorhen teenager, Gallinula chloropus
Moorhen chick, Gallinula chloropus
Purple Loosestrife, Lythrum salicaria
Swallow fledglings, Hirundo rustica

Tufted Vetch, Vicia cracca
White Water Lily, Nymphaea alba

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