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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – NOA HIDES RE-OPENING FROM MONDAY 14TH SEPTEMBER 2020

The NOA is opening hides on all reserves to members again from 14th September 2020. There are still some restrictions and please be aware that these are: Face coverings will be required in all NOA hides until further notice, unless you are exempt for wearing them. Only 2 people from different households may use any hide at one time. A single household of more than two people is permitted, provided no-one else is using it. We are still not able to admit visitors inside the Observatory centre at present. We regret the inconvenience to all our members and visitors caused by the loss of use of these facilities during the first five months of the COVID-19 outbreak. Please be considerate of the restrictions we have put in place, allowing us to restore access as safely as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

Wednesday 24th June 2015

Little of note today, with best birds being a Peregrine over the NWT reserve and a Cuckoo around the obs/grazing Marsh area. Moths were also in lower than hoped for numbers, species caught included White Ermine, Heart and Club and Eulamprotes wikella.



Eulamprotes wikella - Holme Bird Obs, 24th June 2015

Norfolk News from Birdnet
> Norfolk 6 Spoonbill Titchwell RSPB on freshmarsh late a/noon + 2 Spotted Redshank & 2 Little Gull PE31 8BB
> Norfolk 9 Spoonbill Cley NWT early a/noon + 2 1s Little Gull NR25 7SA
> Norfolk Honey Buzzard 13:17 SW/over Weybourne
> Norfolk 4 Bee-eater Reported W/over Weybourne 10:30
> Norfolk 8 Spoonbill Cley NWT on Simmond's Scrape early a/noon + Spotted Redshank on Pat's Pool NR25 7SA
> Norfolk 4 Bee-eater Cromer W/ at 09:45 NR27 9HE
> Norfolk 4 Bee-eater Sea Palling 09:20 S/over the allotments NR12 0UX
> Norfolk Bee-eater 07:15 E/ over Cley NWT NR25 7SA
> Norfolk Drake Velvet Scoter on sea off Weybourne