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Thursday, April 12, 2007

9th to 11th April

Ring Ouzel male, Eccles next the Sea

Northern Goshawk
Marsh Harrier Horsey Broad
Spotted Redshanks Titchwell RSPB reserve
Common Cranes Horsey Mill

Sorry for delay in the recent sightings, but have been to Norfolk for three days.
The weather was a mixture of really sunny, completely overcast, before returning to bright sunshine all with a slightly chilly breeze. Migrants were thin on the ground and in the air. Highlights of the trip were Stone Curlews, Woodlarks and Goshawk in the Breckland. Up at the north coast Black-eared Kite, numerous Marsh Harriers, Spotted Redshanks and Tree Pipit. Lastly on the coast close to the Broads Ring Ouzels, Yellow Wagtail, Common Cranes and the skies seemed to be full of displaying Marsh Harriers.

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