Aylmerton Nature Diary

Wednesday 22nd March

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Cattle Egret this morning behind Felbrigg church

On the very morning I decide to have a lie-in, Phil Hall goes and finds a Cattle Egret at Felbrigg!  Thankfully he phoned me and I was able to catch up with the bird, which had moved from it’s original location of the rough grazing meadow below the dam to the sheep pastures south-east of the church. This is probably the same wandering individual which has been at Weybourne over the past couple of days. A ‘first’ for Felbrigg, the only other record being of a bird at Aylmerton in December 2015, which did, at one point, fly over the park. A very nice bird and thanks Phil for the call.

A couple more shots of this ‘first for Felbrigg’

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