The Snettisham Spectacular As High Tides Cause Thousands Of Birds To Take Flight

SNETTISHAM, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 12: Birdwatchers gather during the incoming tide, at the RSPB's Snettisham Nature Reserve, on October 12, 2010 in Snettisham, United Kingdom. The reserve lies on the edge of 'The Wash', one of the most important bird estuarys in the UK, supporting over 300,000 birds. High tides force thousands of Geese and other waders including Knot, Oystercatchers, Avocet and Grey Plover to take flight, and advance up the mud flats in search of food. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
SNETTISHAM, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 12: Birdwatchers gather during the incoming tide, at the RSPB's Snettisham Nature Reserve, on October 12, 2010 in Snettisham, United Kingdom. The reserve lies on the edge of 'The Wash', one of the most important bird estuarys in the UK, supporting over 300,000 birds. High tides force thousands of Geese and other waders including Knot, Oystercatchers, Avocet and Grey Plover to take flight, and advance up the mud flats in search of food. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
The Snettisham Spectacular As High Tides Cause Thousands Of Birds To Take Flight
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