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Friday, 14 August 2015

Friday Update!

I resisted going out birding this evening, even though there had obviously been a good fall of migrants. It was raining steadily when I left work and the skies were dark and gloomy, which mean't darkness would fall even sooner this evening. I knew that if I went out I would be out until dark, home late and up late!!!

My evening was full of laborious chores including a massive pile of ironing, cooking tea, chilled for a bit and then hit the supermarket. Made all diet food for tomorrow, did blog, now sleep!!!

What a fantastic record of 1,300 Mediterranean Gulls late this evening at Breydon Water!!! That has to be a record surely?

Icterine Warblers, Pied Flys, Redstarts and Whinchats...... that's enough to get me out early doors!!! I have next Thursday and Friday off, so looking forward to four days off. Will probably go to the Bird Fair on the Saturday – I didn't go last year at all, so will make an effort this year, but can't afford to go all three days like I used to I'm afraid.

High Tide – King's Lynn Docks
Saturday: 7.45 and 20.08  Sunday: 8.12 and 20.40


North Westerly Winds. Thicker cloud and patchy rain may linger near the east coast for a time. Elsewhere, dry with sunny intervals. Feeling pleasantly warm in the sunshine, but a fresher feel.

Sunday to Tuesday
North Westerly Winds veering North Easterly around 17.00 on Sunday. A quieter spell with a lot of dry weather and some pleasantly warm sunny intervals. Isolated light showers are possible, perhaps more likely on Monday.

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