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Wednesday, 20 November 2019

Seconds of the Isabelline Wheatear and odds & ends elsewhere!

With a sunny day promised, Brian and I started the morning at Titchwell. A walk out to the sea produced some decent seaduck (Goldeneye, Pintail and Merganser) as well as a dapper Spotted Redshank lurking among the Godwits! A Muntjac fed close to the path in the 'Water Rail Ditch'!

After a detour to retrieve Brian's phone from where he'd lost it at Syderstone, we stopped at Wells Sewage Works to look for the long-staying Rough-legged Buzzard. We saw several Commons and Red Kites, as well as a pale-headed individual that some people claimed as the Rough-legged...

Last birds were at Cley, where the Isabelline Wheatear seemed much fitter than last week as it fed happily among the shingle and grass.

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