Aylmerton Nature Diary

Wednesday 12th October

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Dusky Warbler – unfortunately, taken earlier this year in Thailand, not Cromer!

We got back home at lunch-time from our week in Cornwall and a brief stop-over to see the kids. A brief ‘pit-stop’ and I was out of the door to try to catch up with the Dusky Warbler which had been present along the cliffs at Cromer since the weekend. I was relieved and delighted to hear it’s characteristic repeated ‘tac’ call coming from a dense patch of Willowherb, just below the lighthouse. It showed briefly but well on a couple of occasions, remaining hidden in deep cover for most of the time. This was an NENBC ‘first’ for me, having missed several in the area over the years.


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