Reeds in the sun by julienne1

Reeds in the sun

These are at Ham Wall RSPB bature reserve. It's difficult to imagine that less than 30 years ago this whole area looked more like a bomb site being a closed peat works. Each reed was grown from seed and planted by hand by hard-working RSPB volunteers. Now it is an incredible wetland habitat for a range of wildlife including many bird species not seen for hundreds of years here. Now it'd commonplace to see rare species like Bittern, Great White Egret, Marsh Harriers, Black Ibis and many more wildfowl. It proves that if we create the right environment then the wildlife will move in!
Cool capture.
November 12th, 2021  
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