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Norfolk House Party here we come

Thornham Harbour Leica scope

We are very excited to be packing for another of our wonderful Norfolk House Parties as Autumn migration is in full swing. Already today Glossy Ibis, Great grey Shrike and Yellow-browed Warbler all seen along the north Norfolk coast. We can't wait to get out on the coast and see amazing birds.

Snow Bunting

We hope for a real mix of Autumn, Winter and passage birds.

Waxwing two

Perhaps an early flock of Waxwings might arrive?

Skeins of Pink-footed Geese

Sure to masses of wild geese, like these Pink-feet.

Reeds at sunset

Daurian Shrike 9

Even a rarity? We enjoyed the Daurian Shrike on a previous visit!

The wonderful thing about being out birding in October is you never know what might pop up next! It might be a late summer visitor, a passage migrant or an arriving winter visitor. It is quite possible to see a Lesser Whitethroat, a Yellow-browed Warbler and a Redwing in the same patch of willows, amazing.

We will be visiting a wide number and variety of habitats and nature reserves during our action packed week, sure to be a huge number of birds to enjoy. With a week we can really take time to enjoy each location and all the birds we find.

We are running another Norfolk House Party in January 2014 - an ideal way to get your birding year off to a flying start! Come and join us!

For details of our January Norfolk House Party and all our other day trips and tours. Perhaps you would like to join us in Portugal in March? Finland and Norway in May/June 2014?

Jayne and Sue enjoy the bird

Titchwell Golden Plover


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