We made up for not going to Titchfield Haven on Weds by heading over there with my Dad on Thursday.
We were aiming to look more at the river this time and walked along the west bank and the ‘Scrapes’ for the first time. These are wetlands reclaimed from the Titchfield canal.
We had a bit of a walk back to the visitor centre to pay (sad at expiration of Culture All pass) and found a nice viewing area and some bluebells.
We bought some duck food and stopped to feed them. Always feels odd ducks on the sea 🙂 Over at the Scrapes we found a seagull nesting ground. Never heard such noise from birds before. I did record a video, it is on the facebook page as struggle with videos on here. We stopped in the hide and watched for a while before heading off for a walk.
Sam was fascinated by the green stuff on the stream. Testing new wellies.
Bit of sea wall balancing 🙂
This must be one of our favourite places for a walk.