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Old Monday 17th July 2017, 16:01   #25651
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Titchwell July 17th

Arctic skua – 6 offshore
Spotted redshank – 4 on fresh marsh
Little gull – 2 on fresh marsh
Ruff – 35 on fresh marsh
Common sandpiper – 1 on fresh marsh
Turtle dove – 1 in carpark
Dunlin – 74 on fresh marsh
Avocet – 446 on fresh marsh
Black tailed godwit – 425 on fresh marsh
Eider – 5 offshore
Spoonbill – 1 on fresh marsh
Golden plover – 1 on tidal pool

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Old Monday 17th July 2017, 22:23   #25652
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Doubtless there were other good birds at Cley today, but from Daukes Hide this evening were the 2 sec-summer Caspian Gulls, about 15 Y-l Gulls (inc 2 juvs) and 8 Med Gulls (inc a juv) - plus, amongst a variety of waders, the usual geot'd female limosa Black-t Godwit.
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Old Tuesday 18th July 2017, 14:51   #25653
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Today's highlights

Pectoral sandpiper – moulting adult on fresh marsh from mid afternoon
Dunlin – 256 on fresh marsh (big influx of birds today, only 74 yesterday)
Little gull – 3 on fresh marsh
Great white egret – 1 in reedbed early morning
Ruff – 37 on fresh marsh
Arctic skua – 3 offshore
Common sandpiper – 1 on fresh marsh
Avocet – 460 on fresh marsh
Spoonbill – 5 on fresh marsh

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Old Tuesday 18th July 2017, 20:47   #25654
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The sec-summer Caspian Gull again on Simmond's Scrape this eve, along with a dozen Yellow-l Gulls (1 juv) and a f-s argentatus Herring Gull, as well as the geot'd female limosa Black-t Godwit. Also at Cley today 6 Green Sandpipers, 6 Little R Plovers, Greenshank, Whimbrel, Ruffs, 3 Spoonbills, Hobby, Med Gull etc.
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Old Wednesday 19th July 2017, 15:54   #25655
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Today's highlights

Pectoral sandpiper – 1 on fresh marsh early am only
Spotted redshank – 5 on fresh marsh
Little gull – 2 on fresh marsh
Common sandpiper – 8 on Patsy’s reedbed this afternoon
Little ringed plover – 3 on fresh marsh
Spoonbill – 12 east this morning
Dunlin – 240 on fresh marsh this morning

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Old Wednesday 19th July 2017, 18:41   #25656
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4 x Cranes feeding on corn stubble at Stow Bedon this morning off B1111 before A1075. Observed 7.30am. Flew off 8.00am going in large circles before heading off South West direction (Lakenheath?). My first site of Cranes.
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Old Saturday 22nd July 2017, 20:40   #25657
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The juvenile Caspian Gull was on Simmond's Scrape again this evening (first seen last night), along with 10 Yellow-legged Gulls (inc 4 juvs) and 4 Med Gulls (3 juvs). Also at Cley today, 11 Greenshanks, 64 Ruff, 3 Common & 3 Green Sandpipers, 3 Whimbrels and the usual geot'd female limosa Black-t Godwit. Other Cley sightings today included White Stork, 3 Spoonbills, sec-summer Caspian Gull, Hobby, Kingfisher & Yellow Wagtails.
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Old Sunday 23rd July 2017, 18:04   #25658
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I'm told the White Stork reported from Cley/Salthouse/Kelling recently has a Green colour-ring with the alpha-numeric code Z9404 on the right tibia. If so, likely to be a bird ringed in Poland.

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Old Sunday 23rd July 2017, 18:43   #25659
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Hi i dont know if any one is interested but this walk i have done a couple of times its called carrick estate walk it is in swanton morley sort of in the centre of norfolk.

there are plenty of swans theres also common terns an odd heron, kingfisher, woodpecker lots of butterflies and stuff the walk is just over 3 miles but i would say its well worth it.

https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/-/media/n...iles.pdf?la=en

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Old Sunday 23rd July 2017, 19:01   #25660
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I'm told the White Stork reported from Cley/Salthouse/Kelling recently has a Green colour-ring with the alpha-numeric code Z9404 on the right tibia. If so, likely to be a bird ringed in Poland.
Hi CB. I was lucky enough to be in the hide when it flew over Cley. For once we were in the right place at the right time. A birder from Suffolk (with quite frankly amazing ID skills) got photos of the rings at the Iron Road? He also thought it was a Polish bird that had been transported to the UK following some injuries, and then released. Is this consistent with your information?

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Old Sunday 23rd July 2017, 19:41   #25661
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Hi CB. I was lucky enough to be in the hide when it flew over Cley. For once we were in the right place at the right time. A birder from Suffolk (with quite frankly amazing ID skills) got photos of the rings at the Iron Road? He also thought it was a Polish bird that had been transported to the UK following some injuries, and then released. Is this consistent with your information?

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Again I had to be told as I deserve my title, that the following appeared on RBA today - " green ring Z9404; presumed to be free-flying bird from group of White Storks ringed in Poland taken into care at Shorelands Wildlife Gardens, Langmere”
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Again I had to be told as I deserve my title, that the following appeared on RBA today - " green ring Z9404; presumed to be free-flying bird from group of White Storks ringed in Poland taken into care at Shorelands Wildlife Gardens, Langmere”
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Despite far fewer gulls this evening on Simmond's Scrape, there were 3 Caspian Gulls (the juvenile and two new second-summers) and 12 Yellow-legged Gulls (six juveniles) by dusk. Other birds at Cley today included adult Curlew Sandpiper, several Green Sandps and Greenshanks, 2 Whimbrels, LRPlover and the usual geot'd female limosa Black-t Godwit. Also Hobby, Med Gull, several Spoonbills and a Bittern seen again today. Plus, of course, the aforementioned White Stork nearby at Salthouse this morning (it or another was in Norwich later, on a school playing field I'm told).
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Titchwell July 25th

Today's highlights

Pec sand – adult present all day feeding by main path
Curlew sandpiper – adult on fresh marsh
Arctic tern – 2 on tidal pool
Spoonbill – 10 on fresh marsh
Great white egret – 1 around reserve but mobile
Spotted redshank – 3 on fresh marsh
Black tailed godwit – 153 on fresh marsh
Avocet – 337 on fresh marsh
Turtle dove – 1 in carpark
Grasshopper warbler – male singing on grazing meadow
Wigeon - 1 on fresh marsh
Green sandpiper - 1 on fresh marsh
Golden plover - 11 on fresh marsh

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