Otter at Felbrigg Lake – seen on the NENBC mid-week walk (photo courtesy Nick Kimber)
Today was ‘bird walk’ day in Felbrigg – NENBC mid-week walk this morning and National Trust ‘Bird Walk’ this afternoon. Nothing particularly noteworthy, bird-wise, on either but, at a guess, I saw 45 species combined on the two walks. The undoubted highlight this morning was good, prolonged, views by the whole group of an Otter, devouring a large fish! Still plenty of froglets about by the lake but nothing like the numbers yesterday. Late afternoon, after a tip-off email from Tim, I took a trip to Cromer cliff-top carpark to see the Pied Crow – a sub-Saharan species, of unknown origins.
Pied Crow – it’s on my list 😉