13th – 17th Norfolk Birding Winter Tour- Day Two of Five

14th January 2020 We started the day just north of the accommodation, where 2 farmland fields with lovely organic cover crop of Sorghum was attracting a pile of birds. The field was literally leaping with birds, over an hour, we had 200 Linnet, 60+ Chaffinch, c25 Brambling, 30+ Yellowhammer, 30+ Reed Bunting, plus Song Thrush,…

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13th – 17th Norfolk Birding Winter Tour- Day One of Five

Day One of five – Norfolk Winter Birding tour Today started early with a arrival at Snettisham around 7.35am for the high tide. En-route we had 2 Barn owls, the second we had perched and were able to watch hunting. We then arrived at Snettisham just in time to watch thousand Pink-footed geese leaving their…

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3rd January 2020

Exclusive days guiding – Holkham NNR & Raptor roost We started the day at Holkham, there was masses of wildfowl from the car park plus Snipe, Ruff, Redshank, close Brents & Pink-footed Geese. We then walked out on to the beach at Holkham where we soon found the Snow Bunting flock of around 60 birds,…

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16th November – Guided photography day

I spent the day in NW Norfolk with Renee, who was out for the day to do some photography. We started at Holme and eventually tracked down the Snow Buntings, which were quite flighty and it took several attempts before they settled. Fortunately Renee had settled down, as I had suggested and the Snow buntings…

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8th-10th November – Three Day group tour

Day One – 8th November A tricky day dodging showers and dealing with a gusty NE wind! However, we still had a great day! We started at Burnham Overy and were soon watching several nice skeins of Dark-bellied Brents, plus skeins of Pink-footed Geese. Out over the marsh we were soon also enjoying regular Marsh…

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6th November – Norfolk Exclusive day

An exclusive day for David & Sandra – in North Norfolk. We started off looking at the sea off Cley. A nice selection with Wigeon, Common Scoters, Red-throated Divers, Gannets, Guillemots & Dark-bellied Brents all passing in reasonable numbers. Further East the sea poll still held the Long-tailed Duck which was holding close company with…

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