On Saturday myself and Paul made our way to Breydon water in Norfolk to see the Broad-billed sandpiper, after searching through the large amount of Sandling,Turnstone,Dunlin and Ringed plover it was clear this was going to be my third one I have dipped this smart wader. So we drove south and went looking for some of our British breeding birds and the first stop was Lowestoft harbour for the Kittiwake colony.
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A young Dartford warbler waiting for food. After our cold winter this year the Dartford warblers seem to be doing ok on Dunwich heath.
One of many Woodlark that were seen and heard at Dunwich heath