Our Regular trip with friends to North Norfolk was on. So a trip to Cley was necessary. We started in the 3 main hides with the usual suspects but bird of the moment was a Peregrine and some Pink feet. Many thousands of pinks from behind the Cley windmill.
After lunch a walk up East bank was a success with a nice flock of Golden Plover and then some Razorbills and a Red Breasted Merganser. Bird of the day though was a distant Red Necked Grebe. luckily this was seen the next day by other birders. Lastly a short watch from Cley Beach car park 4 Razorbills and a few Red Throated Divers.
Spent the night at Hunstanton so was on site at Titchwell fairly early next day but it was awful with driving wind and rain. It didnt stop me though and spent a bit of time on the beach for a sea watch.
5 Snow Bunting on the beach, 1 Adult Arctic Tern and 3 Little Gull out to sea. Usual suspects on the beach and the marsh's.
The Sun finally came out so i decided to head along the coast passing lady annes drive where i saw my first Grey Partridge in a few years, infact there were 3.
Finished looking for the Greater Short toed lark at West Runton which was mobile but showed OK at times. Nice finish to the weekend.