|Temminck's Stint (middle) with Ringed Plover (back) and Dunlin (foreground), Rush Hills Scrape, Norfolk.|
Garganey has also been a regular visitor to the scrape, with a male being seen regularly over the past couple of weeks. I had a pleasant surprise today though as there were 2 drakes hanging around together. Other birds on Rush Hills over the past couple of weeks include Wood Sandpiper, Green Sand, Common Sand, Grey Plovers, Greenshanks, Whimbrel, Ruff, 4 Little Gulls, Med Gull and plenty of other commoner stuff.
|2 drake Garganey, Rush Hills Scrape, Norfolk.|
|It's that time again! Female Stonechat, Horsey Gap, Norfolk.|
|Tawny Owl, Cley-next-the-Sea.|
|Linseed Field, Morston, Norfolk.|