Aylmerton Nature Diary

Thursday 27th October

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Yesterday, I had the pleasure of leading a group of friends on a morning’s bird-walk, first along the cliffs at West Runton and later in Felbrigg Park. We saw a total of 55 species, including Peregrine and Mediterranean Gull at the coast, and Kingfisher and 100+ Brambling in the park.

Yesterday afternoon I was passing Cley NWT and decided to look for the reported Shore Lark near Sea Pool. I didn’t find them but I did find (re-find) a superb male Desert Wheatear – the first at Cley for twenty years. See TrevorOnTour for the full story.

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