Saturday, 12 September 2009

Low Tide

The photograph was taken standing on Par Beach looking out to sea shows the exposed rocks at low tide.


  1. That looks like my kind of beach. I think I could happily spend a few hours there.

  2. Hi Keith. It is a good all round patch. Behind the beach are dunes and a small wooded area. Also the Par Beach Pool holds a large number of C Geese, Swans, ducks and the usual array of wildfowl,gulls and a few waders. Herons and little Egret are often to be seen .Most of the little brown jobs are found in the Dune area during breeding activity. The shoreline holds waders, Rock Pipits, Pied Wagtails,Swallows, Martins and the popular Gulls and Terns. During the winter months the bay is noted for the Divers and Grebe which take advantage of the calmer waters of the bay. Not a bad patch with that lot also twenty different Butterflies have been seen this year.


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