Had a couple of days leave to use up before the end of March, so a few days with the family in Norfolk seemed like a good plan - it's not really the time of year to see anything amazingly rare birdwise, but the weather was great and Dad and I saw a few enjoyable bits and bobs. Most notable were these Adders on Kelling Heath:
We managed to dip not one, but two Rough-legged Buzzards on opposite sides of the county, but at least our trip out west was rewarded with great views of the Great Grey Shrike at Roydon Common. Not quite Steppe Grey tame, but still very obliging...
Abbey Farm found the usual Little Owl, two Tawnies were randomly hooting away at lunchtime in the Broads, and the raptor list included ringtail Hen Harrier and a couple of SEOs. All good... shame to go back to work, really!
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