A Little Stint was a brief visitor to the Broadwater this morning and other birds present included a Green Sandpiper and Dunlin. At least four Whimbrel were noted flying over and the Garganey was again present, though at times typically elusive. The moth traps were very productive producing 80 species, which included a Cresent, Large, Small and Silky Wainscots, Coronet, Oak Hook-tip, Marbled Beauty and Gold Spot.
NORFOLK NEWS FROM RARE BIRD ALERT
MEGA Norfolk ELEONORA’S FALCON ad pale morph Breydon Water along south wall at east end over mudflats 2.05-2.15pm then drifted off
Norfolk LONG-BILLED DOWITCHER Cley NWT still at Arnold’s Marsh this morning c52.9606,1.0651
Norfolk Garganey Welney WWT still c52.5282,0.2779
Norfolk Black Tern y’day Weybourne offshore at c8pm c52.9493,1.1397
Norfolk Caspian Gull ad y’day Titchwell RSPB in evng c52.9692,0.6068