Hoping that it might cruise west (it didn't, it went east and round the coast, finally seen at Gt Yarmouth - the Hunstanton bird reappeared in the afternoon and continued to show well 'til late) I made my way up to Cley. A single Barn Owl was again S of Broom Green. Through to Walsey Hills, I decided to make this my first stop. In the 'scrub' I managed to find a number of 'my own' Firecrest. Two birds were seen together on two occasions, seemingly further birds both sang and called. So at least two and I reckon there could have been up to five! Always wonderful birds, especially to find (even if they are doing very well in Norfolk!) Also in the area was a male Blackcap, 3+ Chiffchaff and good numbers of Tits. There seemed to be little moving, except a few Linnet and Starling. 2 Cettis' continued to call and my first Bearded Tit in the area did too. The smaller Peregrine showed again and the Marsh harriers were particularly active.
All in all an excellent days birding, with everything being my own birds and some pleasing finds amongst them! However, still a little jealous of others who found some more interesting birds! Oh well, small steps!
Norfolk 364 BOU, 376 UK400, Year 168, Route 121, Sp 81, SM 83, SF 36