November 2012
 
19th. - Ness Point, Lowestoft, Suffolk, Walked along seawall to Ness Point the eastern most point of England.
There were at least 4 Purple Sandpipers with a few Turnstone. 12 Brent Geese flew south over the sea on a relatively warm and dry day.
 

Turnstone

Purple Sandpiper

 
18th. Drove to National Trust car park at Dunwich Cliffs and parked overlooking Minsmere Reserve. Short walk before our picnic lunch afforded a couple of views of a distant Dartford Warbler and record photo of same see below. After lunch short visit to newly opened enlarged visitor centre at Minsmere the views of perhaps birds of the day there a flock of 32 Waxwings.
 

Dartford Warbler on N.T. Dunwich Cliffs

 

Some of the Waxwings RSPB Minsmere, Suffolk

 

The flock of 32 individuals

 
2.11.2012

Grey Seals are just starting to produce their young on Horsey Beach, Norfolk.

 
12.11.2012

Waxwings - RSPB Strumpshaw Fen 12.11.2012

 

Waxwings - RSPB Strumpshaw Fen 12.11.2012

Feeding on Guelder Rose

 
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