Bird life in North Norfolk

A few snaps from a recent, short, but sweet, and hot, camping trip to North Norfolk. Several Turtle Doves, one Cuckoo, lots of Whitethroat, Linnets, Swallows, Swifts, House Martins, several Sedge Warblers, Pied Wagtail, Wren, Common Tern, Dunlin, Knot, the usual gulls (Lesser Black-backed, Black-headed), Mallards, Moorhens, Coots, Avocet, Shelduck, Skylark, Kestrel, Greenfinch, Goldfinch, various geese (Canada, Egyptian, Greylag), Black-tailed Godwit (just one, overhead), and nesting Common Ringed Plover and Oystercatchers.

Common Ringed Plover Sedge Warbler “singing” Juvenile Coot stepping out

Turtle Dover turring up the Wi-Fi
Mallard making a run for it

Last Cuckoo of the Snettisham Summer?

Oystercatcher

Knot

Whitethroat

Avocet

Turtle Dove in a tree

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