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Saturday, 3 September 2016

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

Norfolk Bird News via 'Rare Bird Alert'
Spoonbills x 9, Curlew Sandpipers x 4, Spotted Redshanks x 4, Little Stints x 4 at Titchwell RSPB.
Great White Egret at Hockwold Washes.
Temminck's Stint, Little Stint at Welney WWT.
Spoonbill flew west, Wood Sandpipers x 2 on Patsy's Pool, Cley NWT.
Wryneck in garden off Old Woman's Lane, Cley.
Garganey at Potter Heigham Marshes.
Spoonbills x 27, Scaup ecl. drk, Curlew Sandpiper at Stiffkey Fen.
Curlew Sandpipers x 9, Little Stints x 3 at Rush Hill Scrape, Hickling Broad NWT.
Curlew Sandpipers x 6 at Breydon Water.
Pectoral Sandpiper, Wood Sandpiper, Little Stint on pool west of Iron Road, Redstart at Gramborough Hill, Salthouse.
Caspian Gull 1s flew west past pier at Cromer.
Glossy Ibis from Tower Hide, Osprey flew south at Strumpshaw Fen RSPB.
Hooded Crow yesterday, in field between East Runton and Cromer.
Curlew Sandpipers x 6 at Buckenham Marshes RSPB.
Whinchat on grazing marsh, opposite Holme NOA.
Honey Buzzard just west of and then flew south at Langham.
Honey Buzzard just east of Wells.
Spotted Redshank flew west past Sheringham.

MEGA NEWS
MEGA! FEA'S/ZINO'S PETREL flew past Galley Head, County Cork, Ireland.
MEGA! WESTERN PURPLE SWAMPHEN again, 8 miles north of Scunthorpe at Alkborough Flats Nature Reserve, Lincolnshire.
MEGA! HUDSONIAN WHIMBREL still 4 miles east of Penzance, 500yds west of Perranuthnoe at Boat Cove, Cornwall.
MEGA! DALMATIAN PELICAN on Loe Pool, Helston, Cornwall.
MEGA! FEA'S/ZINO'S PETREL flew past Gwennap Head, Porthgwarra, Cornwall.
MEGA! WESTERN SANDPIPER on beach near Aird an Runair at Balranald RSPB, North Uist, Western Isles.

1 comment:

  1. I found the Hooded Crow. I would just like to note that there has been more than one Hooded Crow sighting at East Runton in the last few years. Maybe there is an individual in the area.

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