I did take some photos (below) that I hope might interest you.
Little Tern (adult)
The adults can deliver a meal with landing
This means that the youngster has spotted his parent about to deliver a tasty meal.
Several pairs of Ringed Plovers breed on the beach, the youngster's below were caught out
Turnstone (above), Sanderling (below).
6 Spoonbills dropped into NWT Hickling Reserve. They were very active, either fishing or
bringing twigs or reeds to this stump.
Water Rail (juvenile)
Yellow Wagtails arrived at NWT Cley Reserve, you can just about make out 2 birds at either
end of the cow.
This juvenile female Peregrine enjoyed spooking the birds on the scrapes at Cley.
Seals on Horsey Beach
This unfortunate female shows how hazardous dumping waste in the sea can be.
Swallowtail Butterfly caterpillar.
Northern Wheatear's arrived on the beach on Thursday afternoon.