Mid-summer Madness

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Woodchat Shrike, Gramborough Hill, July 16th, 2014

The run of rare and scarce birds in north east Norfolk continues. Yesterdays offering came in the shape of a Woodchat Shrike at Gramborough Hill. A pretty colourful 1st summer bird, seen almost immediately after parking the car, in hawthorn bushes on the south side of the hill – still present mid evening.

A couple more distant digiscoped shots:

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Publication of this blog creates a small bit of history in that it’s my 200th since I started at the beginning of 2012! To all those people, from over 100 countries around the world, who have taken the trouble to view this stuff – a big thank you!  TW

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