08 February, 2007

Norfolk Niceties

A trip to Norfolk with a very cold early morning start at Lynford Arboretum.

Lynford Arboretum

Lynford is a regular site for Hawfinch. There were a few in the arboretum and half a dozen or so in the paddocks feeding under the Hornbeams.


This fellow has perfected the art of levitation !


Great-spotted Woodpecker

Great-spotted Woodpecker

A mini 'twitch' to see two Waxwing reported in a residential area of Kings Lynn.




Over at Thornham Harbour there was no sign of the Lesser Yellowlegs of recent days. This Little Egret did, however, oblige with a fly-past.

Little Egret

Over at Titchwell RSPB reserve six Bearded Tit were feeding very close to the footpath oblivious to one and all.

Rowdy behaviour on the marsh - two Black-tailed Godwit lock bills.

Black-tailed Godwit

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