Monday, 30 April 2007


Reports came up at about midday that the adult Egyptian Vulture had again been seen inflight over the North Norfolk coast. Hopeful that it would be tracked from there onwards like many other fly-by birds usually do. Returning for a second day running. However half way up there negative news was recieved on the pager. So we decided to stay put in Lakenheath to see what we could get. We knew it was too early for the Orioles but Garganey showed well. A Grasshopper Warbler reeled, which were really the only noteworthy sightings.
On our way back home we stopped in Ouse Washes for Tree Sparrow (a year tick) which we saw well upclose.

Peacock & Mole at Lakenheath Fen RSPB and Stock Dove & Tree Sparrow at Ouse Washes RSPB (c) Ashley Howe

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