Chiffchaff flushed from Suaeda (Shrubby Sea-blite) on Blakeney Point. Bird briefly landed on shingle looking extremely pale in the bright light with black eyes, legs and bill standing out, so immediatley thought tritis. Bird was overlooked by several birders here as a 'chiffy'.
Only obtained upper body shots as the bird called but I was to far off to hear this.A birder in welly boots heard it well from the mud side of the sea-blite and said it was good for tritris. Would have liked a shot of flight feather edges but note tea coloured ear coverts and breast sides.Also lack of any olive brown tones in the upperparts.