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Friday, 21 April 2017

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

SUMMARY OF TODAY'S BIRD NEWS VIA "RARE BIRD ALERT"
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THURSDAY 20th APRIL
Ring Ouzels x 17+, Hen Harrier, Spoonbill, Velvet Scoters x 8 offshore at Burnham Overy Dunes
Turtle Dove, Velvet Scoters x 35, Long-tailed Ducks x 3 at
Titchwell RSPB
Ring Ouzel between Heacham and Hunstanton
Blue-headed Wagtail in paddock south of Hunstanton
Honey Buzzard at Ranworth Broad
White Stork drifted south, Ring Ouzels x 4 at Horsey
White Stork drifted south over Winterton
Ring Ouzels x 2 south of Beeston Bump, Sheringham
Hoopoe flew west over Sheringham
Hoopoe flew west over beach at Salthouse
Ring Ouzels x 2 at Drayton
Shorelarks x 2, Blue-headed Wagtail, White Wagtails x 3 at Happisburgh
Spoonbill at north end of East Bank at Cley NWT
Great White Egrets x 5 at Welney WWT
Savi's Warbler singing at Heigham Corner, Hickling Broad NWT
Great White Egret at Holkham
Garganey x 2, Bar-tailed Godwit at Buckenham Marshes RSPB
Common Cranes x 9 flew ESE over Norwich
Common Cranes x 9 flew east over Brundall/Strumpshaw
Waxwings x 16 at Longwater Retail Park
Crossbills x 2 flew SE over Sidestrand
Osprey at Rockland Broad

MEGA NEWS
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