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More pictures from birding in Norfolk

When you have such a wonderful bird as a Daurian Shrike showing off in the sunshine so close you just have to take a lot of photo's! We thought we would share a few more images of the lovely confiding bird....

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This vagrant took up residence in a bramble patch by the coast path north of Horsey Mill

Daurian twitchers Horsey

To give you an idea of just how confiding the bird was, look to the right of the guy in the centre of the picture. You can see the shrike sat on the fence wire just to his right! The bird had been in the brambles then flew to the fence passing between the birders!

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The bird was just totally unconcerned by people and caught wasps within a few feet of us!

Jayne and Sue enjoy the bird

Ruth, Jayne, Sue and Sonia all soak up the views.

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It was hard to leave this wonderful bird that just posed for the camera.

Our three day birdwatching trip over to Norfolk was brilliant! A few of the birds enjoyed -

Red throated Diver, Black throated Diver, Bittern, Little Egret, Cattle Egret, Spoonbill, Bewick's Swan, Whooper Swan, Pink-footed Goose, Barnacle Goose, Brent Goose, Egyptian Goose, Long-tailed Duck, Marsh Harrier, Hen Harrier, Rough-legged Buzzard, Merlin, Peregrine, Red-legged Partridge, Grey Partridge, Water Rail, Golden Plover, Grey Plover, Knot, Sanderling, Ruff, Dowitcher sp probably Long billed Dowitcher, Black-tailed Godwit, Bar-tailed Godwit, Pomarine Skua, Little Gull, Little Auk, Stock Dove, Barn Owl, Short-eared Owl, Water Pipit, Stonechat, Fieldfare, Redwing, Cetti's Warbler, Bearded Tit, Daurian Shrike, Tree Sparrow, Twite, Crossbill, Lapland Bunting, Yellowhammer, Corn Bunting.

All our birdwatching trips are great fun and at a relaxed pace that really allows you to soak up the views of the wonderful birds and stunning landscapes. We have places availible on our January Norfolk trip - why not join us for great birds?

Norfolk: Start your 2012 yearlist with a bang! Friday 6th January - Sunday 8th January.

Email for more details or to book your place, you will love it!

If you have any questions at all or would like to book a custom tour on dates to suit you, do drop us a line or call Alan on 07778 677141 we would love to hear from you.


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