There should still be plenty of megas out there to be found - to all those people that have been at work all week - good luck and hope everyone has a cracking weekend. Hopefully everyone will be out in the field and not waiting on pager news. If we all get out there and look, the pagers will be on fire!!!
I don't feel very well this evening, have pulled my wrist again (an old injury done at work a few months ago) and just feel well, not good. Early night ready for tomorrow I think.
More cracking birds seen today in Norfolk! Black Redstarts, Ring Ouzels, Redwings, Fieldfares, Short-eared Owls, Hen Harriers all along the coast!
Main Highlights in Norfolk – RBA
ARCTIC REDPOLL at Holkham
LITTLE BUNTING at Burnham Overy Staithe
Long-eared Owl at Burnham Overy Staithe
GREAT WHITE EGRET at Horsey
White-rumped Sandpiper still at Cley
OLIVE-BACKED PIPIT (probable) west over Holme
Scaup x 8, 3 Great Skuas at Holme
ARCTIC WARBLER at Brancaster Staithe (no sign today)
2 Little Auks, 16 Great Skuas, 2 Red-necked Grebes and Short-eared Owl at Sheringham
Firecrest at Holkham
Black-throated Diver at Cley
Siberian Chiffchaffs x 2 at East Hills, Wells
Snowbunting x 100, Gramborough Hill, Salthouse
I was going seawatching but looking at Magicseaweed, I will be searching for MEGA's on land! MAGICSEAWEED So exciting!!!
Camera batteries charged up, bins cleaned, bags by the door and.....
MY HOLIDAY BEGINS!!!