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Norfolk in the snow

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Watching Lesser white fronted Goose amongst Taiga Bean Geese

Norfolk frozen Titchwell
It was a touch chilly at RSPB Titchwell

Norfolk Spotted Redshank
Luckily still plenty of birds despite the cold, Spotted Redshank

Norfolk Water Rail
A Water Rail crept along the ditch by the main path

Norfolk Robin
How could we not feed this little chap?

Norfolk Grey Plover
Waders showed well at Thornham here a Grey Plover

Norfolk Bar tailed Godwit
and Bar tailed Godwit

Norfolk Pink footed Geese snow
We have amazing views of wild geese, Pink footed Geese at Holkham

Norfolk Shore Larks
The Shore Larks were the highlight of our walk along Holkham Beach

It was a brilliant three days of none stop birds, a huge thank you to Pete, Rose and Roy for their great company, we laughed all the time!
Highlights of this trip included - Red throated Diver, Slavonian Grebe, Fulmar, Little Egret, Bewick's Swan, Whooper Swan, Taiga Bean Goose, Tundra Bean Goose, Pink footed Goose, White fronted Goose, Lesser white fronted Goose, Black Brant, Brent Goose, Ring necked Duck, Scaup, Eider, Long tailed Duck, Velvet Scoter, Smew, Goosander, Marsh Harrier, Hen Harrier, Rough legged Buzzard, Peregrine, Red legged Partridge, Grey Partridge, Water Rail, Avocet, Golden Plover, Grey Plover, Ruff, Woodcock, Black tailed Godwit, Bar tailed Godwit, Spotted Redshank, Greenshank, Mediterranean Gull, Little Gull, Stock Dove, Barn Owl, Shore Lark, Fieldfare, Redwing, Cetti's Warbler, Great grey Shrike, Lesser Redpoll, Arctic Redpoll, Snow Bunting and Corn Bunting. A brilliant list for three days and all seen well.
We are running trip to Norfolk throughout the year why not join us for great birds and great fun?
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