Frequent visitors to North Norfolk on the walk this morning, microlite pilot and beekeeper included. Fiona came along with the scope. Light when viewing from the hides at this time of day is real bad.
|Merry band of wildlife watchers outside The Firs VC. Note 3 budding naturalists with bins and bug bag.|
Moth trap investigated latter in afternoon.
|Injured and now resident Pink-foot. Associates with Greylag flock.|
|Common Darter. Female performed well in small glade at West end of the pines.|
Note pale stripes down legs.
Large male blue and green hawkers flying here along with 3 species of butterfly.
|Speckled Wood. Male, females have larger white patches.|
Shot taken by logs in gully at East end of pines. Excellent sun trap.
|Snipe atempting to be a Godwit.|
Discussion of bill and leg length in waders followed.
|Far hide is new and as large as the first. Photo opertunities good from here.|
|Red-crested Pochard. Immature bird from the Titchwell flock turned up today.|