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

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Holme Bird Observatory Monday 3rd June 2018

A Spoonbill was on the Broad water again early morning, with other birds of note today included at least one Grasshopper warbler still reeling and a Spotted Flycatcher frequenting the Pines.

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Norfolk no sign of Wood Sand Buckenham Marshes RSPB
Norfolk 2.Little Gulls (both 1s) Cley NWT on Pat's Pool at 9.59am
Norfolk Wood Sand y'day Buckenham Marshes RSPB from hide
Norfolk Purple Heron ad still 9.25am Titchwell RSPB at end of East Trail flew beyond dead trees PE31 8BB
Norfolk 11.Cattle Egrets Blakeney Freshes still with cattle viewable from Friary Hills NT
Norfolk Purple Heron ad still Titchwell RSPB flew behind Patsy's Pool at 7.39am PE31 8BB
Norfolk Great White Egret y'day Welney WWT still