An enjoyable few hours at Hemblington Church, with over twenty species of bird recorded: the list included Hobby, six Buzzards, a Marsh Harrier and a Red Kite. No Blue or Great Tits, strangely! Linda, Sue and I logged everything that moved, including a good selection of bees and half a dozen Norfolk Hawkers. Not a single Butterfly, however!
A Spotted Orchid was a churchyard for me, but when old friends Joyce and Andrew arrived from Suffolk, they confirmed that they had recorded the odd flower-spike in the past.
Everyone seemed to enjoy the talk: I was pleased for Sue that a reasonable audience turned up, given the amount of work she puts into the organisation of these events.