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Little Egrets Breeding at Little Marlow GP

Little Egrets have bred in the north of the county for some years, firstly at Linford and then at Willen Lake.  However despite the odd birds being in the area over recent summer there had been no obvious signs that they had tried to breed at what appears to be an ideal site. However this year at least two nests were built and during the second half of June young birds were seen being fed in the nest. The nest sites were difficult to observe from the banks as they were well hidden well under the canopy of the trees. However with the youngsters soon being mobile and walking around the branches, they have shown well on occasion.

The following photos very kindly provided by Richard O’Dare and were taken at the end of June.
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Hopefully there is another brood to follow very soon.