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Thursday, 13 August 2020

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

SUMMARY OF TODAY'S BIRD NEWS VIA "RARE BIRD ALERT
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Icterine Warbler, Pied Flycatchers x 4 at Wells Woods
Garganey x 3, Wood Sandpiper, Spoonbills x 5 at North Point Pools, Wells
Great White Egret, Little Stints x 2 at Titchwell RSPB
Cattle Egrets x 5, Spotted Redshank at Burnham Norton
Spoonbills x 10 at Thornham Harbour
Pied Flycatcher, Common Redstart, Great White Egret at Walsey Hills NOA
Great White Egret at Welney WWT
Wood Sandpiper at Hickling Broad NWT
Wood Sandpiper flew along River Nar towards outflow at King's Lynn
Southern Migrant Hawker Dragonfly at Thompson Common
Pied Flycatcher at South Wood, Winterton Dunes

MEGA NEWS
FORSTER'S TERN 
Soldier's Point, County Louth, Ireland

Wednesday, 12 August 2020

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

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Red-backed Shrike at Thornham Point
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE at Bawsey Quarries
Pied Flycatcher at South Dunes, Winterton
GREENISH WARBLER at Sidestrand
Spoonbills x 2, Little Stints x 2, Spotted Redshanks x 5 at Snettisham RSPB
Pied Flycatchers x 2, Honey Buzzard flew over Waxham
Icterine Warbler, Pied Flycatcher at Wells Woods
Spotted Redshank, Spoonbills x 3 at Cley NWT
Pied Flycatchers x 2, Whinchat at Gramborough Hill
Pomarine Skua, Great White Egret at Weybourne Camp
Pied Flycatchers x 2 at Trimingham
Pied Flycatchers x 2, Great White Egret, Wood Sandpipers x 2 at Burnham Overy Dunes
Pied Flycatchers x 2 at Holme NOA
Pied Flycatcher, Whinchat at Garden Drove, Warham Greens
Great White Egret at Welney WWT
Quail singing at Mulbarton
Crossbills x 20 at Kelling Heath
Spoonbills x 5 at Thornham Harbour
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE flew over King's Lynn
Ruddy Shelduck (hybrid) at Hardwick Flood Lagoon, King's Lynn
Pied Flycatchers x 2 at Great Yarmouth Cemetery
Caspian Gull, Great White Egret, Little Stints x 2 at Titchwell RSPB

MEGA NEWS
COLLARED FLYCATCHER 
The Warren, Spurn, Yorkshire
FORSTER'S TERN
Soldier's Point, County Louth, Ireland

When To Watch For One Of The Brightest Meteor Showers This Year!

https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/environment/when-to-see-the-perseid-meteor-shower-2020-1-6766955

Tuesday, 11 August 2020

The Hottest Day EVER At Work!!!

I can't recall so many good birds this early in August for many years! Normally I would be out searching for my own Pied Flycatchers etc after work, but we were literally drowning in heat at the hospital with our hot uniforms, aprons, gloves and masks. I have never been this hot and exhausted in my life! We still have three more days of this relentless heat, before the temperature drops! I don't know how much more I can take! I'm not exaggerating when I say most of us were dripping with the heat. What I would give to have some air conditioning!

Each evening after work is a massive effort to simply do the normal chores of having a shower, cooking, washing up, making sandwiches, breakfast etc for the following day, washing clothes, doing the bird ponds, watering the plants and writing the blog! Phew! Its so sticky tonight, I don't think I will be sleeping a wink! Roll on Saturday! I have booked next Monday and Tuesday off as holiday, can't wait!

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

SUMMARY OF TODAY'S BIRD NEWS VIA "RARE BIRD ALERT
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Red-backed Shrike, Pied Flycatcher at Thornham Point
Great White Egret, Spotted Redshanks x 2, Curlew Sandpiper, Spoonbills x 12, Little Stint, Caspian Gulls x 2 at Titchwell RSPB 
Purple Heron Juv., Pied Flycatchers x 2 at Burnham Overy Dunes
Richard's Pipit between Horsey Gap & Nelson's Head Track
Pied Flycatcher near cricket pitch at Happisburgh
Spoonbills x 4 at Snettisham RSPB
Turtle Dove at Snettisham Coastal Park
Pied Flycatchers x 2 between Stiffkey Fen & Campsite Wood at Stiffkey
Pied Flycatchers x 11 at Campsite Wood, Stiffkey
Spoonbills x 39, Great White Egrets x 2 at Stiffkey Fen
Pied Flycatcher, Wood Sandpiper at Kelling Water Meadows
Black Redstart in Thornham
Marbled Moth trapped last night at Cley
Little Stint, Great White Egret at Cley NWT
Pied Flycatchers x 2 at Weybourne Camp
Great White Egret, Wood Sandpipers x 5, Garganey x 6, Spoonbills x 6, Little Stint at North Point Pools, Wells
Icterine Warbler, Wood Warbler, Pied Flycatchers x 3 at Wells Woods
Pied Flycatchers x 2 at North Dunes, Pied Flycatchers x 2 at South Dunes, Winterton
Pied Flycatcher at Morston Quay
Pied Flycatcher at Holme NOA
Common Cranes x 4, Great White Egrets x 6 at Welney WWT
Pied Flycatchers x 6 at Holkham Pines
Pied Flycatchers x 2 at Trimingham
Balearic Shearwater, Sooty Shearwater flew past Mundesley
Pied Flycatchers x 4 at Waxham
Red-backed Shrike in field opposite golf course, south of River Hun, Hunstanton
Common Cranes x 2 flew over Blundall
Pied Flycatcher at Beeston Bump, Sheringham
Caspian Gull at Cromer

MEGA NEWS
SOOTY TERN
Flew past Spurn, Yorkshire
COLLARED FLYCATCHER
The Warren, Spurn, Yorkshire
SCOPOLI'S SHEARWATER
Off Long Craig Point, South Queensferry, Lothian, Scotland
FORSTER'S TERN
Soldier's Point, County Louth, Ireland

RBA Weekly Round-Up 4th to 10th August!

By Jon Dunn
https://www.rarebirdalert.co.uk/v2/Content/weeklyRoundup2020_33.aspx?s_id=267533331

Monday, 10 August 2020

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

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Turtle Dove, Great White Egret, Spoonbills x 5 Little Stints x 2,  at Titchwell RSPB
Marbled Moth trapped last night at Stoke Holy Cross
Wood Sandpipers x 7, Spoonbills x 5 at Potter Heigham Marshes
Roseate Tern, Black Terns x 2 flew past beach car park at Cley
Red-backed Shrike, Pied Flycatchers x 2 at Thornham Point
Pied Flycatcher at Wells Woods
Cattle Egrets x 5 at Holkham Freshmarsh
Pied Flycatchers x 2, Balearic Shearwater flew east at Holme NOA
Marbled Moth trapped last night at North Walsham
Curlew Sandpiper, Little Stint, Spoonbill at Snettisham RSPB
Pied Flycatcher, Spotted Redshank at Weybourne Camp
Arctic Terns x 7 at Breydon Water
Common Cranes x 4, Great White Egrets x 4 at Welney WWT
Pied Flycatchers x 3 at South Dunes, Winterton
Turtle Doves x 2 at Dickleburgh Moor
Pied Flycatcher at Brancaster
Pied Flycatcher at Beeston Bump
Pied Flycatchers x 2, Wood Sandpiper at Kelling Water Meadows
Pied Flycatcher at Great Yarmouth Cemetery
Wood Sandpipers x 6, Turnstone at Cantley Beet Factory

MEGA NEWS
COLLARED FLYCATCHER
The Warren, Spurn, Yorkshire
SCOPOLI'S SHEARWATER
Off Long Craig Point, South Queensferry, Lothian, Scotland

Sunday, 9 August 2020

Hoopoe Search & Garden Drove New "Pop Up" Campsite!

I bumped into one of the HCA's at work (Tracey) last night, whilst in Sainsbury's, who's father lives and was born in Wells – he had seen the recent Hoopoe in Wighton yesterday, on grass by the village pond, so after the initial sighting on RBA on 2nd August, its obviously still around! Presumably its the same bird.

I have not had to work on a Sunday for several months, in fact I don't think I have since before Covid erupted – the reason for this, is that one of my colleagues needed to work the Sunday's to do with Covid/childcare issues etc etc and so took all Sunday's that nobody else particularly wanted to work, so I gave all mine away. My scheduled Sunday today, had to be done by me though – another sticky, dripping hot day at work and when Autumn migration seems to have kicked in! With James M. finding a Icterine Warbler at The Hood, BP and several Pied Flycatchers found along the coast, it all looked exciting on the RBA website, to my dismay at lunchtime!

Finished work at 4.30pm, flew home, showered, put birding gear and sandwich/drink in the car and headed to Wighton to look for the Hoopoe. I searched many grassy spots, including around the pond and also found a large recreation field with children's play area fenced separately. This field held a lot of birds, including at least 20+ Pied Wagtails feeding on the short turf, Goldfinches, Greenfinches (not seen one for ages!), Blackbirds and big numbers of House Sparrows in the surroundings bushes. I also had a lovely view of a female Blackcap. It looked a brilliant spot for a Hoopoe, but not today! Thanks to Tracey for more information she kindly messaged me as to where it might be, whilst I was in Wighton.

Headed to Garden Drove at Warham to search for Pied Flycatchers. I had already heard from another birder a short while ago, that big changes had occurred at Garden Drove and I could hardly believe what I had been told! I had to go there, just to see for myself. It was the most depressing thing I have seen in ages. The field next to the concrete pad at Garden Drove is now a bloody "pop up" campsite!!!!! Called "Swallowtails by the Sea". What a stupid name! What an incredibly STUPID place to stick a campsite in an area of natural beauty! The field with the barn, is where I have watched migrants in the hedgerows eg Redstart and Pied Flycatcher – the field where Goldfinches and Linnets feed regularly, where Barn Owls and birds of prey hunt – not anymore! You can't see the hedgerows now, as an entire line of round bales alongside the fence that was, means you can’t see the field, never mind the hedges, except through the gate! There were huge tents, Camper Vans, Yurts and porta loos,  cars and lots of people. Someone on the seaward side had a barbecue going, next to the long grass – OMG! Accident waiting to happen! A big line of huge industrial size bins for different types of rubbish were all full and overspilling onto the grass! I just stood there in shock – I couldn't believe what I was seeing! I almost wanted to cry!
Picture above: I had hold the camera high above my head to take this

The end of birding solitude at Garden Drove, Warham


Garden Drove is one of those secret little spots which most birders know about and of course local people, including bait diggers and fishermen – somewhere to escape from the crowds. A quiet and tranquil spot. NOW everyone knows where it is! This is so desperately sad. Is there anywhere in Norfolk where you can escape from the masses now?! A man was cycling around the path on the west field where you are not allowed to go and then whizzed back into the campsite. Couples and families walking along the track, who would never of known it even existed, until they booked to stay here. I got a few funny looks with my binoculars. I felt utter despair!

Along the track to the copse I found dogs mess in a plastic bag hung in the hedge, rubbish along the track and a discarded broken camping stool. The copse has been cordoned off, as there are beehives bang in the middle, right in the spot where you scan up into the sycamore leaves for leaf warblers and flycatchers. The beehives are normally in a different spot, I have never seen them in the middle of the copse before, which I find quite odd, as they are usually in a sunny area, of which there is no sun in the middle of the copse! Has this been done on purpose to stop people going in there I wonder? No Pied Flycatchers seen or anything else at all, hardly surprising! Goodbye Garden Drove!

Finished my little evening excursion at North Point Pools, Wells. Thank god, I was the only one there! Spoonbills x 3, Wood Sandpipers x 2, lots of Black-tailed Godwits, Barn Owl, Shelducks, Avocets, Greylag Geese and other distant birds that I couldn't see as light almost gone. Drove home feeling very sad indeed.

Someone on Twitter this evening said that a pop up campsite can be there without any planning permission for 42 days, so I hope very much this is not permanent! What they said exactly was this "A pop up means they have no licence or permission and they don't need one for 42 days. Seems you can do wtf you like these days even if in an AONB and encroaching on wildlife"

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

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White Stork at Nar Valley Storage Reservoir at Blackborough End
Garganey x 6, Spoonbills x 2 at North Point Pools, Wells
Pied Flycatchers x 2 at East Hills, Wells
Pied Flycatcher at Wells Woods
Wood Sandpiper at Kelling Water Meadows
Spoonbills x 35 at Stiffkey Fen
Wood Sandpiper, Spoonbill at Cley NWT
Temminck's Stint, Little Stint, Turtle Doves x 3, Curlew Sandpiper, Wood Sandpiper, Pied Flycatcher at Snettisham RSPB
Turtle Doves x 2, Great White Egret flew over at Gramborough Hill
Pied Flycatcher at Weybourne Camp
White Stork, Little Stints x 7, Great White Egret, Spoonbills x 2 at Titchwell RSPB
Wood Sandpiper at Welney WWT
CASPIAN TERN, Great White Egret, Little Stint on Rush Hill Scrape, Hickling Broad NWT
Turtle Dove at Holme Dunes
Pied Flycatcher between Horsey & Winterton
Icterine Warbler, Pied Flycatchers x 8 at Blakeney Point
Honey Buzzard flew over Potter Heigham
Pied Flycatcher, Curlew Sandpiper at Hemsby
Caspian Gulls x 3 at Cromer
Southern Migrant Hawker Dragonflies x 8 at Thompson Common

MEGA NEWS
SOOTY TERN
Probable, Whitburn Coastal Park, County Durham

Saturday, 8 August 2020

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

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Great White Egrets x 3 at Hockwold Washes
Little Stint, Spoonbills x 9 at Titchwell RSPB
Wood Sandpiper, Great White Egret, Garganey x 2, Spoonbills x 4 at North Point Pools, Wells
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE flew over Nar Valley Fisheries
Common Cranes x 4 at Welney WWT
Spoonbills x 38 at Stiffkey Fen
Southern Migrant Hawker Dragonflies x 3 in area with no general access at Horsey
Caspian Gulls x 2, Wood Sandpiper at Kelling Water Meadows
Honey Buzzard flew over Thornage
Black Redstart at Industrial Estate, Great Yarmouth

MEGA NEWS
FORSTER'S TERN
Soldier's Point, County Louth, Ireland

Friday, 7 August 2020

UK weather: Hottest August Day For 17 Years As Temperatures Top 36C!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53694492

It was dripping hot at work today. To protect our patients and ourselves, we had to close all the windows and blinds to keep the boiling sun out and lights were turned off where they could be. Wearing plastic aprons, gloves and masks on top of a thick uniform was huge fun – not! Completely and utterly drained. Our Team Lead very kindly bought us some ice lollies to refresh us at lunchtime.

The best thing about today was my cool shower, when I returned home from work. The temperature right now at 10.25pm is still insanely hot. I don't think many people will get much sleep tonight!

I predict that the Northern Isles will be the new Burnham Market in the not too distant future. Considerably cooler up north! Who wants to fry here? We will be literally be cooking as climate change and temperatures worsen each year!

Some big news to reveal within the next couple of weeks!

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

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White Stork on chimney pot at Ringstead
Great White Egrets x 5 flew over Hickling Broad NWT
Spoonbills x 4, Spotted Redshank at Potter Heigham Marshes
Caspian Gull on beach at Kelling
Spotted Redshanks x 2 at Breydon Water
Tree Pipit on Gramborough Hill
Southern Migrant Hawker Dragonflies x 7 at Thompson Common
Curlew Sandpiper, Spoonbill, Spotted Redshanks x 10 at Snettisham RSPB
Great White Egret, Common Cranes x 14 at Welney WWT
Lesser Emperor Dragonflies x 3 at Filby Broad
Lesser Emperor Dragonfly at Ormesby St Margaret
Osprey at Ormesby Broad
Spoonbill at Holme Dunes
Great White Egrets x 2 at North Point Pools, Wells

MEGA NEWS
None

In Memory of My Dear Mother – 7th August 2018


MARGARET ROSE CLARKE
9th February 1940 — 7th August 2018


 I can't believe its two years since we lost you,
it hardly seems like a year.

It doesn't get any easier as each month goes by.

 I miss you every day.

You are always in my thoughts.

I hear your laughter.

 I hear your voice.

I see you and know that you will always be with me.

I miss and love you so much.

Until we meet again.

💔   💔   💔

Thursday, 6 August 2020

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

SUMMARY OF TODAY'S BIRD NEWS VIA "RARE BIRD ALERT
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White Stork at Rockland St Mary
White Stork at Claxton Marshes
White Stork, Wood Sandpiper, Spotted Redshank, Spoonbill at Cley NWT
Cattle Egrets x 2, Great White Egrets x 2, Spoonbills x 23, Little Stint at Titchwell RSPB
Great White Egret, Common Cranes x 18 at Welney WWT
Spoonbills x 2, Spotted Redshanks x 13 at Snettisham RSPB
Cattle Egrets x 5, Spoonbills x 7 at Burnham Norton
Spoonbills x 39 at Stiffkey Fen
White Stork on chimney pot at Ringstead
Caspian Gull at Sidestrand
Pied Flycatcher at Gramborough Hill
Great White Egret at Holme Dunes
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE flew over Holme

MEGA NEWS
None

Wednesday, 5 August 2020

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

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White Stork flew over Overstrand
White Stork flew over Cromer
Black Tern, Spoonbills x 4, Curlew Sandpipers x 3, Spotted Redshanks x 15, Spoonbills x 4 at Snettisham RSPB
Great White Egret at Breydon Water
Cattle Egrets x 5, Spoonbills x 45 at Burnham Norton
Southern Migrant Hawker Dragonflies x 2 at Thompson Common
Little Stint at Titchwell RSPB
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE flew over Wighton
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE flew over Burnham Thorpe
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE flew over New Holkham
Honey Buzzard at Hickling Broad NWT
Spotted Redshank, Spoonbills x 2 at Cley NWT
Spoonbills x 8 flew past Weybourne
White Stork at Claxton Marshes
Great White Egret at Welney WWT
Beautiful Marbled Moth trapped at Hemsby
Spoonbills x 48 at Blakeney Harbour
Caspian Gulls x 5 at Cromer
White Stork at Rockland St Mary

MEGA NEWS
FEA'S OR DESERTAS PETREL
Flew past Galley Head, County Cork, Ireland
DAURIAN OR TURKESTAN SHRIKE
Cod Beck Reservoir, Yorkshire

Tuesday, 4 August 2020

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

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White-rumped Sandpiper (recently) at Snettisham RSPB
Spoonbills x 4, Curlew Sandpipers x 2, Wood Sandpipers x 2 at Snettisham RSPB
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE flew over Burnham Thorpe
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE flew past beach car park at Cley
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE flew over Holkham Gap
Common Cranes x 13, Spotted Redshank at Hickling Broad NWT
Spoonbills x 12, Little Stint at Titchwell RSPB
Great White Egret at South Beach, Heacham
Southern Migrant Hawker Dragonflies x 4 at Thompson Common
Great White Egret at Welney WWT
Great White Egret, Little Gulls x 3 at Holme Dunes
Cattle Egrets x 5 at Burnham Norton
Lesser Emperor Dragonfly at lake, Felbrigg Hall NT
Caspian Gulls x 4 at Cromer

MEGA NEWS
None

RBA Weekly Round-Up 28th July to 3rd August!

By Jon Dunn
https://www.rarebirdalert.co.uk/v2/Content/weeklyRoundup2020_32.aspx?s_id=237770460&applefix=true

Monday, 3 August 2020

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

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Cory's Shearwater, Great White Egret, Spoonbills x 2 at Titchwell RSPB
Spoonbills x 2, Caspian Gull at Cley NWT
Spoonbills x 33 at Stiffkey Fen
Montagu's Harrier (possible), NE of Fakenham
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE at Burnham Thorpe
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE at Binham
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE at Wighton
Common Cranes x 10, Great White Egrets x 3 at Welney WWT
Quail at Marriott's Way, Thorpe Marriott
Southern Migrant Hawker Dragonflies x 6 at Thompson Common
Turtle Dove singing at Downsland Park, Great Moulton
Pomarine Skua at Holkham
GULL-BILLED TERN briefly 7.45pm at Snettisham RSPB
Quail at Taverham
Caspian Gull at Cromer
Ruddy Shelduck still at Hardwick Flood Lagoon, King's Lynn
Cattle Egrets x 7, Great White Egrets x 2, Spoonbills x 30 at Burnham Norton

MEGA NEWS
None

Sunday, 2 August 2020

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

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Little Gull flew past Beeston Regis
WHITE-TAILED EAGLE at Roydon Common NWT
Common Cranes x 8 at Welney WWT
Spoonbill, Little Gull at Cley NWT
Spoonbills x 2 at North Point Pools, Wells
Spoonbills x 10 at Titchwell RSPB
Southern Migrant Hawker Dragonflies x 8 at Thompson Common
Great White Egrets x 5, Common Cranes x 16, Spotted Redshank at Hickling Broad NWT
Hoopoe at Wighton
Caspian Gulls x 3 at Cromer
Redwing at Sparham Gravel Pits
Spoonbills x 35 at Stiffkey Fen

MEGA NEWS
BROWN BOOBY
2, both adults, flew past Porthchapel Beach, Cornwall 

Saturday, 1 August 2020

NORFOLK BIRD NEWS & MEGAS!

SUMMARY OF TODAY'S BIRD NEWS VIA "RARE BIRD ALERT
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Great White Egrets x 2, Spoonbills x 3, Spotted Redshank at Potter Heigham Marshes
Southern Migrant Hawker Dragonflies x 4 at Thompson Common
Common Cranes x 4, Wood Sandpiper at Welney WWT
Scaup, Garganey x 2 flew past, Spoonbill Cley NWT
Quail singing by Marriott's Way at Thorpe Marriott
Little Stint, Spotted Redshanks x 2 at Hickling Broad NWT
Spoonbills x 45 at Stiffkey Fen
Caspian Gulls x 2 at Cromer
Spoonbill, Ruddy Shelduck at Hardwick Flood Lagoon, King's Lynn

MEGA NEWS
None