SUMMARY OF TODAY'S BIRD NEWS VIA "RARE BIRD ALERT"
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Whooper Swan at Cley NWT
Glaucous Gull on beach at Coastguards, Cley
Dartford Warbler (east of Holkham Gap), Shorelarks x 27, Snow Buntings x 21, Red-necked Grebe, Lapland Bunting at Holkham Bay
Russian White-fronted Geese x 35, Black Brant (or hybrid) at Holkham Freshmarsh
Great White Egret at Colney Gravel Pits
Ring-necked Duck, Cattle Egrets x 4, Great White Egret, Water Pipit, Short-eared Owl at Welney WWT
Common Cranes x 13 near Thurne
Hen Harrier, Water Pipit, Long-tailed Ducks x 2, Slavonian Grebe at Titchwell RSPB
Twite x 13, Spotted Redshanks x 2 at Thornham Harbour
Red-necked Grebe at Ormesby Little Broad, Ormesby St Margaret
Iceland Gull at Burrell Way, Thetford
Russian White-fronted Geese x 90 at Cantley Marshes RSPB
Water Pipit at Cantley Beet Factory
Rough-legged Buzzard, Hen Harrier, Short-eared Owls x 3 at Haddiscoe Island
Great White Egret on marsh at Stiffkey
Great White Egret, Hen Harriers x 3 at Warham Greens
Smew redhead, Short-eared Owls x 2 at Snettisham RSPB
Water Pipits x 2 at Potter Heigham Marshes
Great Northern Diver, Bewick's Swans x 16 at Hemsby
Hawfinches x 4 at Lynford Aboretum
My wonderful colleague Scott is running a Marathon for the Stroke Association!!!
The Stroke Association plays a huge part in the daily lives of our
stroke patients. Their work is paramount in the recovery and wellbeing
of stroke survivors and their families.
Scott's target is to raise is £2,000 – I'm pretty certain we can raise this fairly quickly! If you would like to make a contribution, please click on the link at the bottom – thank you all so much!
This is Scott's message on the JustGiving page:
Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.
On Sunday 28th April 2019 I will be taking on my first ever Marathon – the biggest of them all – London.
As you can see I will be doing it for the Stroke Association – a charity very close to me and my job, and I am proud to get to see their immense work on a daily basis. The help, care and support that they give to stroke patients, their carers and families is second to none.
Please give as generously as you can as I take on this Marathon challenge for a great cause!