Sunday, 1 June 2014

Norfolk

Black-Headed Bunting: Dip, Black-Headed Bunting: Dip, Black-Headed Bunting, Yep we dipped Dipped it on all three of our visits to the site throughout the day and as we all agreed later it was all Shaun's fault due to his continued Dip run. Enough said on Black-heading Buntings

However i had a great day on the north Norfolk coast.

It started with a life tick around the Brecks in the form of a Stone Curlew, the first of these shrouded in the early morning mist, the second out in the sun for some good scope views. A very short pit stop on the way up but well worth it.

We start in West Runting, not sure why and then we moved on to the Beeston Bump. Fulmar along the cliffs and a couple of year ticking Little Terns. Oh i forgot the Barn Owl at West Runton.

View From The Bump


Onto my first ever visit to Blakeney Point, not the best conditions to be here however due to varying detours back and fourth to West Runton for some reason i never got the end; Monkey & Paul boy did.

It was excellent watching the Avocets along the shoreline that were coming off the nesting area behind us and in particular one obliging individual.




 Finally - the guys doing what they do...







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