Sunday, 3 June 2007

Blakeney Point

At began our journey north at about 10 in the morning. A late start in the day - mainly because we're lazy buggers and like we like our lay-ins. Traffic was heavy all the way up and as a consequence it took us 5 hours to reach the north coast of Norfolk. And another half 'n' hour walk to Half Way House. On arrival we immediately caught our first glimpse as it flew up and landed directly infront of us for a few seconds. From then onwards it showed on and off but mainly elusive. And it was a matter of luck to get photos in the end.

The views of this Booted Warbler were very brief. This was the only opportunity I got to photograph the bird, before it flew back into the scrub. For copies. (c) Ashley Howe

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