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Monday, September 13, 2010

13th September


Meadow Pipit: ninety flew mainly SW in small flocks, a handful landed on the open spaces.

Yellow Wagtail: six birds flew SW prior to 7.30am, four landing for a minute or so.

Grey Wagtail: twenty-four flew west in 1’s and 2’s.

Pied Wagtail: five flew through.

Swallow: 110 headed in a roughly southerly direction.

House Martin: twenty-three, the first group of genuine passage birds headed south with Swallows.

Spotted Flycatcher: one was in area 31.

Sedge Warbler: one was in the reeds by the rail ditch, area 2.

Common Whitethroat: one was in area 31.

Chiffchaff: nineteen birds were around the park.




The colour of Meadow Pipits vary immensely



Below are a few pictures taken at The Norfolk Wildlife Trusts Cley Reserve over the weekend.

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