A couple of small groups, two members of which haven't been easy to see recently. The Sandhill Crane had been tracked all the way down the UK coastline, before finally pausing (distantly!) near Butley in Suffolk. I've only ever seen a single Black Stork in the UK: this one was refound on a golf course at Southwold by Linda and me, during our days of rare bird video-making.
I remember spending hours back in the early eighties riding around Horsey on my motorbike after Suffolk birder John Eaton tipped me off that a pair of Common Cranes were in residence. It took me nearly a year to connect with them! Now, the species is widespread in Eastern England and I usually see a few every time I go out!
White Storks are always dismissed as escapes or releases, but I don't believe that's entirely the case. Fortunately, I've seen plenty of 'genuine' birds, both here in the UK and on the continent.