Sunday, 3 March 2013

Thetford - Otters

On one side of the river was the rarest bird we'd ever seen, and on the other side were two otters, the first we'd ever seen. Not a bad visit. One otter was sleeping on the opposite side of the bank and the other was swimming downstream, constantly switching between land and water. Along with several other photographers, we followed the otter for about a mile, running to make up ground and find a good position before the otter came up again. At times the otter seemed as intrigued by us as we were with him! After eventually losing him, we then walked back to the other otter to find that it had taken to the water. This otter proved to be easier to photograph and I got my best photos at this point. Absolutely incredible.

Egyptian Goose

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