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A Pochard with a difference

Red crested Pochards are quite difficult to get close to in Norfolk; always at the far end of the scrape. Not so in Essex. This bird was at Abberton Reservoir on our Essex Day tour last week. 10 more words

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Addition to the Norfolk Mammal list

As we were¬†waiting for Otters on the river Glaven¬†last week I saw and managed to get a photo of this chap. I didn’t realise they had made their way as far as Norfolk already; or maybe someone has made a concious release of Beavers locally? 11 more words

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Laplanders

Some confiding Laplanders in Norfolk this week. Up to 10 Lapland Buntings feeding on the Saltmarsh at Blakeney.

At least one of them was proving they don’t exclusively feed on seeds!

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Look me in the eye

The amazing bi-coloured eyes of a Red veined Darter. Scarce dragon this. Second generations in Norfolk are a real treat.

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What's it all about

Do I get enjoyment from leading tours? Of course I do. Sure I love seeing birds and other wildlife but the best value I get is showing a guest something they have never seen before. 121 more words

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My Mate Crake

Everyone knows Corncrakes are crepuscular; hard to get a glimpse of, difficult to see. So spending a little time with a Corncrake is something to be treasured. 89 more words

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