Wilden Marsh Heronry Turns Green

Wilden Marsh heronry, 125 metres long by around 85 metres wide, is situated on a 16 acre island. Over the past week its thick vegetation has turned a vivid shade of green, with the arrival of much warmer, sunny weather. As far as I can tell, there are twenty occupied nest and many chicks at various stages of development. Some nests are packed with four fluffy and very noisy chicks, all calling for food when their parents swoop down onto near by branches.

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