Monday, 26 March 2018


A quiet week on patch Kestrel Showed well for a picture.

12 Siskin over the garden whilst checking the moth trap. So i nipped onto the patch hoping for something special. There were more Siskin, 4 Common Buzzard together, plenty of Redwing and Fieldfare feeding in the fields and bush's around the Dis railtrack and a Woodcock dropped out the sky into an open field which was strange.

Sunday headed once again for North Norfolk and thought id give the 1st winter Caspian Gull again, i wasn't going to as it hadn't been reported but i arrived and picked the bird up straight away on one of the marker groins and then on the water managing to find a Frog or toad to eat.

I did take a quick picture of a Collared Dove whilst hoping the Gull would take flight for some flight shots. It didn't.

Lastly 4 Purple Sandpipers were roosting on rocks with plenty of Turnstones.

A lovely walk around Kelling Heath in the sunshine after lunch.

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