sorry for the delay.
The water arrived with a vengeance and flooded out the North Duffield Carrs.
Greated by lots of Black headed gulls who were picking off the poor unfortunate voles and shrews who were in a state thanks to all the water,
Kingfisher wizzing around in front of the hide was a nice surprise but was clearly in a state due to all the water in the wrong place.
You can just make out the River Derwent starting to burst its banks.Then as the water started to rise I noticed this poor Mole attempting to escape the rising water levels, (made it today but not sure about tomorrow)
Water Rail flew in to roost just as I was leaving.
Tomorrow arrived and this was the scene.
Gargeney hide suffering from a little rising damp!!
Distant Peregrine and Buzzard were on the prowl.