Church Norton

On a late afternoon visit to Church Norton to meet low tide, I stopped first at the hide, and behind it found a lovely Redstart, dropping down from a perch to catch a morsel and then popping back up.

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Redstart

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Redstart

In the harbour there were good numbers of Curlew, Redshank, Dunlin, and Ringed Plover, 2 Grey Plover, a few Knot, 2 Little Terns, some Sandwich Terns, and Herring Gull eating a crab.

On the beach were Curlew, Redshank and Oystercatcher

In the arable fields there were a lot of gulls feeding, and amongst them singles of Common Gull and Mediterranean Gull

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Mediterranean Gull

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