Willow Emerald damselfly in the rain – Cromer garden yesterday. iPhone record shot
It’s been a crazy week with very little time for wildlife watching I’m afraid. A Felbeck Trust work-party at our new wildflower restoration projection at West Beckham and a major DIY project have kept me fully occupied. On Sunday we went to the closing event of the AONB Dark Skies Festival – interesting talks on amateur astronomy and birds at night – but unfortunately 100% cloud cover for the star-gazing. I have seen the Cromer Peregrines a couple of times either roosting on the church or, yesterday, cruising over Cliff Avenue. Perhaps the most surprising sighting was a mating pair of Willow Emeralds in the garden!