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Though our luck with dry weather continued, the conditions at Kelling were not ideal for observing small migrants or breeding passerines, as despite fair weather the wind was notably strong. As a result, some species kept their heads down, but we had a lovely walk regardless and all of us (leaders included) got views of several ‘new’ species for the year. Singing Willow Warblers and Blackcaps on the heath; Swallows and Sand Martins over the Quag; and a couple of Yellow Wagtails in the fields by the shingle ridge were just a few of the treats in store...

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Willow Warbler Kelling Norfolk 0418 BS resized
Spring is in the air... Willow Warbler at Kelling Heath © tour guide Brian Small, Limosa
Brown Hare Kelling Norfolk 0418 BS resized
Brown Hare tucked into the grass beside Kelling Quag © tour guide Brian Small, Limosa


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