Little Institute Beach continues to surprise and amaze.
When the tide goes out all sorts of birds appear to fish and feed in the seaweedy rockpools.
This Saturday there were half a dozen oystercatchers, several cormorants, a little egret (may have been two) a pair of sea-faring swans gliding across the bay, and quite unexpectedly, a grey heron turned up.
A rather stationary grey heron. In half an hours filming it hardly moved. As dusk fell it squatted down into a small scrunchy ball, seemingly asleep.
Yesterday we went back just as a seal was popping its doggy head up above the waves; lasted all of 5 secs (not included in this vid)
What will we see there next I wonder?
Vid & Words: Ian Nisbet
Institute Beach Heron Officer: Hazel Brown