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Tuesday 21st March 2017

A sunny but blustery day unfortunately meant birds were few and far between, with the most notable sighting being a count of thirty avocet on the Broadwater. A Harbour Porpoise was seen offshore during a sea-watch and one moth, a Hebrew Character, was in the moth trap.

Norfolk News from Birdnet
Norfolk Pallid Harrier Blunt's Corner, New Holkham at 16:25 over stubble field
Norfolk Cattle Egret Weybourne Camp at 07:12 viewed from A149 NR25 7SR TG111435
Norfolk 12 Snow Bunting Winterton-on-Sea on beach
Norfolk 2 Water Pipit Titchwell RSPB on Thornham Pool PE31 8BB TF759436