Thursday, 10 December 2015

Cley village ,Blakeney breakdown and lots of tits in the Brecks

The morning of the 9th was full of expectation  before breakfast we drove to Blakeney when
the accelerator peddle snapped off Pauls car .lots of expletives however Paul the BA mechanic soldiered on but no red necked grebe in the river.
So a quick look at Salthouse produced Red throated diver,then it was Wiveton where a pair
of bullfinch was good,finally before breakfast Marsh lane hosted a number of passerines including
chiff chaff and goldcest.
After breakfast we concurred to leave early as the car may struggle home,our last port of call on
route home was Lynford Arboretum where lots of tits and finches were on show.
Marsh,Coal,Blue,Great and Long tailed, Bramblings and fleeting Hawfinch.
Arrived home early with 96 species in 2 short days . A nice Brit tick with Pallid Harrier
making 362 species for Britain.

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