Sunday 25 September 2011


Just back from our family holiday in Norfolk. Had a smashing day out starting at Kelling Heath where I had good views of juvenile Dartford Warblers hanging out with the Stonechats. Also stumbled across a good mixed flock of Coal Tits, Chiffchaffs, Yellow Hammers and I'm pretty sure there was a Garden Warbler in there too. Went down to the coast via Meadow Lane and along the beach to Cley and back. As well as this Guillemot paddling along the coast I saw a ringtail Hen Harrier flying close in shore heading West and an Arctic Skua come in and land on the beach. There were lots of Gannets out to sea too. Without trying too hard my day list got up to 70 (and didn't include collared dove, blackbird and greenfinch!). However, the birding highlights from the holiday was a Barn Owl viewed from our cottage window (whilst I was in my Pyjamas and eating coco pops) and a Barn Owl viewed from the sofa that landed on our car (too close to focus with a pair of bins!).


Blogger John said...

I think that the barn owl gets my vote for our most beautiful bird. Dad

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