VISIT TO ABERLADY BAY, A HAVEN FOR BIRDS AND A COASTAL GEM

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Nestled on the East Lothian coast, Aberlady Bay is a wonderful nature reserve with a staggering amount of bird life on it, and somewhere that plays host every year to tens of thousands of geese every Autumn. Aberlady Nature Reserve is a gem on the East Lothian coast providing miles of beach, bog land and a tidal river which is a perfect home for many species of birds.

Far out in the bay lies the remains of two World War II submarines. I took a wander out there recently to investigate them. Hope you enjoy my photographs.

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2 Responses to VISIT TO ABERLADY BAY, A HAVEN FOR BIRDS AND A COASTAL GEM

  1. Great photos david. I did my higher geography project on Aberlady bay!

  2. Katie MacPherson says:

    So beautiful there, I must go and there and see the wonderful landscape etc.

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