Aylmerton Nature Diary

Monday 4th May

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A quick walk through Felbrigg this evening after ‘duty day’ at Cley NWT. None of the hoped for waders on the water meadow, which looks in excellent condition for them, but a Yellow Wagtail in with the cattle – a Felbrigg ‘tick’ for me! Egyptian Geese still watching over their five-strong brood and four Lapwing present. The Cuckoo called a few times from the shelter belt but remained hidden from view. Reed Warbler, Whitethroat, Chiffchaff and Blackcap all singing strongly. A gloriously warm spring evening!


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