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Sunday, June 29, 2008

Little Owl in Norfolk

A Little Owl watching over its Chick which had just been blown into a patch of Brambles by a sudden gust of wind

Nene Washes

Eldernell Washes produced two calling Corncrakes, one 200 yards West of the car park and the other 300 yards before Lord's Holt.
Low Washes showed a few drumming Snipe and the Black-tailed Godwits above

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Spotted Flycatcher at Elton

A single( I believe)Spotted Flycatcher in the church yard of Elton Church. favouring the Yew trees and Gravestones at the rear of the church

Saturday, June 14, 2008

No Photo Opportunities

During a two week period starting on 27 May 08 six first class birds were seen including two Megas and four lifers. Rutland Water had both Stilt and Marsh Sandpiper.Then a Trumpeter Finch at Blakeney followed by Icterine Warbler (Whitchford) and Thrush Nightingale( Dunwich Heath),and to finish off a Buff-breasted Sandpiper at Maxey Pits. All these and not one photo opportunity due to reasons of distance and sulkiness( on the part of the bird)