Monday, 29 March 2010

Suffolk, a Kestrel and a few Swifts: the Pics

First light at Westleton, produced fewer birders than expected and, although quite distant, the relief filled views of the male Lesser Kestrel (It's in the first pic, honest - but I won't let you blow it up!!)
The first sighting of the Alpine Swift at Lowestoft were of the two birds roosting just over a metre apart, but we departed back to Kessingland before they awoke!
Reasonable views were eventually had of the Pallid Swift, although the light never really showed the bird at its full glory!
Returning to Lowestoft, the Alpine Swifts were snuggled together, but eventually took flight and gave an outstanding performance!

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Norfolk 364 BOU, 376 UK400, Year 170, Route 122, Sp 85, SM 87, SF 38

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