Norfolk’s Rare Wader Fest continues

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Black-winged Pratincole, Simmond’s scrape, Cley, 15th July, 2014

It started at the weekend with that elusive Stilt Sandpiper at Hickling. Yesterday it was the turn of Breydon Water and the fabulous Great Knot – first for Norfolk, and then this evening the Black-winged Pratincole, which has been making it’s way south down the coast from the North East, finally arrived at Cley NWT! Here, from a packed Dauke’s hide overlooking Simmond’s scrape, are a few more photos of this rare Pratincole:

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.. and this one, courtesy of Jane

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