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Thursday 29 February 2024

Common as muck!

I can barely remember the last week when I didn't see a Red Kite: they are probably equally - if not more - abundant as Common Buzzards in this part of Norfolk. Peter informed me at the weekend that there is still a roost of ten or more Kites to the north of Blofield Heath, and Linda and I have encountered at least one while unlocking or locking the church every day. (As was the case this morning)

I'm not complaining: it's not that long ago that Kites, Buzzards and Goshawks were only very occasionally seen - indeed, I still remember driving up to Stiffkey to video my first Norfolk Kite back in the early nineties.

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