Cley Nature Reserve (17th March, 2012)

On a rather damp St. Patrick's Day 9 members of the Society visited Cley. It was a cloudy day with light rain and a south west wind (8C). Our Vice-Chairman, John Spooner happened to be on duty as a volunteer reserve warden and made a flying visit to the group. We recorded 42 species (all the usual inhabitants). There were plenty of Brent geese, lapwing, ringed, grey and golden plover but the best sighting was of a water rail. Unfortunately there were no bearded tits, wheatears or terns yet.

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