On Tuesday I popped to Horsey on the way to work and got brief but good views of the Dusky Warbler. I also got to hear it call which was good as have never heard one before, sounded a bit wren like with a little kick.
Also I recommend visiting the Hume's Yellow-Browed Warbler, I went yesterday and got some amazing views and for those with a point and press camera rather than my digi scoping efforts you would get some amazing shots.
After seeing the Melodious Warbler on Thursday I really felt the need to get out.
So this morning I popped to Trimingham and there I had 4 Twite, Lapland Bunting and Kittiwake, Razorbill and a Arctic Tern over the sea.
I also got to watch a juv Peregrine try and catch a Hare the Peregrine kept circling and dive bombing the Hare but each time the Hare would run a little the duck down flat to the ground to miss the Peregrine's dives. The Peregrine did in the end give up and left to Hare to run away.
Welcome to my birding blog. I am Gary and I really enjoy birding and wildlife watching. I love going to see new UK birds and really like it when they turn up in Norfolk. I now aim to find a few more birds and hopefully on my two new patches.
More details, photos and reports can be found on my website.
My patches are in North Walsham and Gimingham so if you have any news please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My List Totals
UK - 438 Norfolk - 368 Garden - 94 Self Found - 259 From the Pub - 131