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Recent content by harrier1234

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    Norfolk birding

    Not posted for ages. tend to use twitter as it's realtime. Today's sightings between 0700-1030hrs Titchwell RSPB 1 Water Pipit-Thornham pool 1 Kingfisher 114 Long Tailed Duck 72 Velvets 1 Shag Thornham Point 3 Great Northern Divers 1 Black throated Diver 6+ Red throated Divers 1 Red Necked...
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    Norfolk birding

    Titchwell RSPB this morning 11 Little Stints, 2 Curlew Sandpipers, 2 Common Sandpipers, 1 Green Sandpiper, 14 Spoonbills, 7 Greenshank, 2 Spotted Redshank, 2 Whimbrel, Kingfisher, 20 Ringed Plover, Black Tern, Swift dropped in for a quick feed before departing East, plenty of Bearded Tit...
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    Norfolk birding

    Titchwell RSPB this morning held a good number of birds. Highlights were single Pied Fly and Whinchat, 10 Little Stint and 3 juv Curlew Sands on freshmarsh, with c200 Dunlin and the usual Godwits of both types plenty of Ringed Plover and 2 LRP. Whimbrels on saltmarsh with Greenshank and Common...
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    Norfolk birding

    Sunday 25 Jan 2015 Birding from Sheringham back to Brancaster produced 4 Purple Sandpipers, on rocks beneath Crown Pub, Sheringham. East Bank Cley 400yards east, Snow Buntings c 60, and flock Linnet. Burnham Overy Staithe, Rough Legged Buzzard, Common Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, and to finish Red...
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    Norfolk birding

    Brancaster 1430-1600 Highlights Green Woodpecker, Barn Owl, Marsh Harrier, Jay, Muntjac x 2, flock of Pink Feet between Brancaster and Brancaster Staithe in Beet field.
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    Norfolk birding

    Addition to Titchwell today Greenshank - tidal, 4 Marsh Harrier and 1 RT Hen Harrier to roost.
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    Norfolk birding

    No it was at 0910hrs this morning, flew East to West and flushed Merlin as it crossed Thornham Saltmarsh
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    Norfolk birding

    Titchwell add Male Hen Harrier and Merlin
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    Norfolk birding

    Titchwell 0730-1000hrs Whinchat, Willow Warbler, Little Stint x 2, Water Rail showing well, Wheatear and juv Peregrine on beach. Thornham Point, Merlin, Stonechat, Black Redstart, plenty of Reed Buntings. Nice mornings birding.
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    Norfolk birding

    Titchwell 0730-1030 Little Stint x 1, Curlew Sandpiper x 2, Razorbill, Guillemot, Gannet, Red Breasted Merganser x 7, Red Throated Diver, Great Crested Grebe, Eider x 4, Juvenile Peregrine in off sea, Sandwich Tern, Greenshank x 2, good numbers of Grey Plover, Ringed Plover and Sanderling...
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    Norfolk birding

    Titchwell 1800-1915 Little Stint x 1, Curlew Sandpiper x 3, Spoonbill x 6, Kingfisher x 1, Spotted Redshamk x 1, plus small murmaration of Starlings being predated by Sparrowhawk x 1 and Falcon, too big for Merlin not big enough for Peregrine, appeared very dark in poor light and kept well to...
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    Norfolk birding

    Brancaster 0730-0950 Garden Warbler x 3, Blackcap, Chiffchaffs, Wheatear x 2, Jays, Reed Warbler, Cetti x 4 different calling birds, Black Tailed Godwit, Pochard x 2.
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    Norfolk birding

    Brancaster 0900-1015 Very quiet morning, 8 x Whimbrel flying W, calling Spotted Redshank, large numbers of House Martins, 1 x Swift, singing Chiffchaff.
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    Norfolk birding

    Titchwell 1430-1630hrs Whimbrel x 5, Greenshank x 3, Golden Plover x 2, Grey Plover x 2 one in full breeding plumage, Green Sandpiper x 1, Spotted Redshank, Dunlin, LRP, Spoonbill x 13 were the highlights.
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