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Saturday, 11 March 2017

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

Lesser Spotted Woodpecker at Crownthorpe between
Wymondham & Kimberley
Glaucous Gull at Harbour Mouth, Gorleston-on-Sea
Water Pipit, Velvet Scoters x 20, Long-tailed Ducks x 17, Great Northern Diver, Scaup at Titchwell RSPB
Great Grey Shrike at Cockley Cley Wood, NW of Cockley Cley
Glaucous Gull at Burrell Way, Thetford
Water Pipit at Martham Broad
Great White Egrets x 2 at Welney WWT
Snow Buntings x 14 on beach at Winterton
Twite x 10 at Blakeney Freshmarsh
Great Grey Shrike at Nar Valley Fisheries
Hooded Crow from Cadbury Hide, Hickling Broad NWT
Little Gulls x 2 at Colney Gravel Pits
Common Crane over Holkham
Common Crane flew east over Warham Greens
Common Crane flew over, Black Brant in Eye Field, Pale-bellied Brent Goose in field by Beach Road, Russian White-fronted Geese x 5 at
Cley NWT
Common Crane flew east over Gramborough Hill
Short-eared Owl at Burgh Castle
Jack Snipe at Strumpshaw Fen RSPB
Common Crane flew east over Sheringham
Common Crane flew east over Cromer
Hen Harriers x 4 at Warham Greens
Hooded Crow flew west past Sheringham
Black Redstart at Sewage Works at Wymondham

MEGA NEWS
BLUE ROCK THRUSH Male

In garden at Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire
LESSER SPOTTED EAGLE
 

Wholly unconfirmed report, flew west at midday over Canterbury

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