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Monday, 10 February 2014

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGA'S!

Norfolk Bird News via 'Rare Bird Alert'
Slavonian Grebe at Hockwold Washes
PARROT CROSSBILLS x 13 at Edgefield
Hawfinches x 3 at Lynford Aboretum
Golden Pheasant at Wolferton
Snow Buntings x 50 at Holme
Hen Harrier, Bramblings x 10 at Flitcham
Slavonian Grebe, Smew at Filby Broad
TWO BARRED CROSSBILL Male at Hoveton Hall
Slavonian Grebe at Holkham
Glossy Ibis at Glandford
Richard's Pipit at Salthouse
Slavonian Grebe at Old Hunstanton
Hen Harrier at King's Lynn
Shorelarks x 2 at Great Yarmouth
Rough-legged Buzzard at Choseley Drying Barns
Black-throated Divers x 4, Great Northern Divers x 3, Long-tailed Ducks x 3, Slavonian Grebe at Blakeney Harbour
Scaup at Ormesby St Margarets
Black-throated Divers x 8, Great Northern Diver, Velvet Scoters x 2 at Cley
Black-throated Diver at Horsey Mere
Velvet Scoter at Titchwell
Hen Harriers x 3 at Roydon Common

Other Norfolk Bird News
My mother had a possible GOSHAWK over her house at Holme today at 12.10pm. She described it as long-tailed and broad winged, flying high and heading towards Old Hunstanton – it was 'on a mission'. It's calls were 'gull like' .... ka ka and like a 'wining call'. 'Like a giant sparrowhawk'. Can't think what else it could have been really. She phoned and alerted Holme NWT Warden Gary Hibberd, but he had not seen this bird.

A local birder texted me to say he had a SWALLOW at Swaffham this morning! I noticed on BIRDGUIDES that Swallows have been reported in Sussex today! So things are on the move!

MEGA NEWS!
MEGA! FEA'S PETREL – Spurn, Yorkshire
MEGA! FORSTER'S TERN – County Mayo, Ireland
MEGA! MYRTLE WARBLER – remains at Shincliffe, County Durham
MEGA! AMERICAN COOT – remains at Loch Flemington, Highland, Scotland
RED-FLANKED BLUETAIL – remains in Marshfield, Gloucestershire

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