Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Swanton Morley and Sparham

A quick and quiet visit having been away for a few days. A leucistic Woodpigeon was in fields opposite the entrance to Holkham Lake. A surprise came in a singing Lesser Whitethroat, which had joined the already arrived. The first broods were encountered and not surprisingly were Egyptian Geese! The only unusual sighting at Sparham, were three Terrapins on the small pool south of the Car Park. I had previously seen one here for a few years, but not for a while. Are they Red-eared?

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Norfolk 376 UK400, 364 BOU, Year 175, Route 126, Sp 91, SM 94, SF 46

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