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Sunday, June 01, 2008

1st June

Tawny Pipit present near Waxham Sands caravan site.


Corn Bunting and Yellow Hammer at Chosely Drying Barns




Unfortunately I have had to go back up to Norfolk for family reasons. The only bird that I had wanted to see that was present as I drove up, became more elusive during its stay was a female Citrine Wagtail. The weather then turned from a slightly warmer direction to one from the north-east, this slowed the passage of late migrants down. So in between the various jobs in the garden I managed to get out and see some of Norfolks more special species. Sites visited and the better birds present.

Weeting Heath: Stone Curlew, Woodlark, Hobby, Little Owl and plenty of Lapwing chicks.

Titchwell: Bittern booming, Red Crested Pochard, Little Gulls, Turtle Dove.

Chosely Drying Barn: Corn Buntings, Yellow Hammers, Little Owl and Turtle Dove.

Great Rybrugh raptor watchpoint: Honey Buzzard, Marsh Harrier and Hobby.

Waxham: Tawny Pipit, Lesser Whitethroat, Wheatears and Yellow Wagtails.

Horsey Windmill: 10 Common Cranes displaying, Marsh Harriers and Cettis Warbler.

Rush Hill Scrape: Hobby,Marsh Harrier, Barn Owls, Cettis Warbler, Bearded Tit and Avocet.

Eccles Beach: Gannet, Fulmar, Common Scoters, Razorbill, Little Tern and Arctic Tern.

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