At the local patch yesterday the birds were busy filling their boots (crops in this instance). Here are some of the images I managed to get as they went about the business of catching birdy num-nums. Bonus points for correctly identifying the meals.
Early in the morning with the dew still on the grass there were about 20 Wagtails feeding over a large area
One of the early birds that did not get a worm
Also in attendance were a few Lesser Sand Plovers. These are a new species for the local patch, bringing the total up to 84 ticks
Here a Little Egret successfully spears a small fish in a nearby pond
Not to be outdone, this Western Reef Heron also got in on the act