Titchwell in September - Teal
As well as a wide range of wading birds, Titchwell provided opportunity to photograph a few ducks as well. One of the most prevalent duck species was the Teal. The Island Hide in particular provide opportunities for close up images of birds feeding in the shallow water.
Later in the day, the Parrinder Hide provided opportunity to photograph Teal in lovely warm evening light, with the still water providing great reflections.
A couple of the birds also started to bathe, splashing around in the water, sending spray all over the place - this kind of shot is always a bit hit and miss, but the 10 frames per second of the 7D Mark II gives you a good chance of catching the action.
For more images of these birds please go to the Ducks gallery here.