Sunday, 24 October 2010
Norfolk 14-15 October
A work trip checking out nature-related tourism in North Norfolk. This involved quite a bit of outdoor activity, leading to one or two birds, the highlight being a flyover Richard’s Pipit whilst standing listening to the National Trust warden at Morston Quay. Me and Andy Gibson from Spurn just looked at each other and said simultaneously “Richard’s Pipit!” much to the hilarity of everybody else. Burnham Deepdale was quiet despite trying every morning, the highlight being the fab breakfast in the café. A couple of Lap Bunts flew over me on the wall at Titchwell, and a Spotshank in the harbour at Morston were the only other birds of note.
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