Monthly Archives: April 2016

Cley Marsh & Titchwell Marsh – 30 Apr 2016

170 – Cetti’s Warbler Day 3 of our ‘Birding Adventure’ and Helen and I went to Cley Marsh NWT on the North Norfolk coast. Wow, what a place! It was a glorious warm and sunny day with very little breeze … Continue reading

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Titchwell Marsh – 29 April 2016

Day 2 of our Birding Adventure took Helen and I to Titchwell Marsh RSPB in Norfolk. We’ve been here a few times before, and it’s definitely one of the best RSPB reserves there is – we love it! The weather … Continue reading

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Rutland Water – 28 April 2016

Today was Day 1 of a five-day Birding ‘Adventure’ for Helen and me. We are going to be visiting some of our favourite Norfolk nature reserves, but today we visited Rutland Water on the way before heading for our hotel near … Continue reading

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Blacktoft Sands – 21 Apr 2016

Another magnificent and sunny Spring Day today – so I decided to visit Blacktoft Sands. Two kinds of birds really get me excited – waders & warblers. Blacktoft usually has both in abundance. Just of late there have been reports … Continue reading

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Old Moor – 19 Apr 2016

It was the most glorious day today and I could think of nowhere I’d rather be than in the Dearne Valley at Old Moor. A Bittern has been seen quite a lot round at the Reedbed area of late and … Continue reading

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Frampton Marsh – 17 Apr 2016

I went to Frampton Marsh today. It was quite a nice Spring day when I arrived; the sun was shining again and there was very little breeze. No sooner had I left the car when I spotted two Ruff about … Continue reading

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Blacktoft Sands – 10 Apr 2016

169 – Long Eared Owl It was Blacktoft Sands today – my 20th visit there. It was a lovely day when Helen and I arrived; the sun was shining and it was around 13°c. Lots of birds were chirping in the … Continue reading

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