Is the eagle the best bird ever seen in Sussex? It is certainly up there although I would probably give that accolade to the Ecclesbourne Glen Wallcreeper. The Beachy Black & White Warbler and Cissbury Gyrfalcon (not that I saw it) are also stand-out birds while I was quite taken with the Pett King Eider and the Newhaven Pied Wheatear. Maybe it isn't such a bad county after all!
|Short-toed Eagle on snake alert|
|the half grown outer-tail feathers gave the bird an unusual outline|
|Wren's Warren and Five Hundred Acre Wood from near Gills Lap|