Also present were a male Pintail, Cetti's Warbler and a high-flying Hobby.
From here I had a choice: Strumpshaw for Swallowtail, or Lowestoft for Iceland Gull. I only rarely venture out of Norfolk, but the thought of a May Iceland Gull won the day (thank goodness!) There seemed no sign at Gunton beach, where a female Ring Ouzel chacked away as it flew. Back at the car park I noticed the Iceland Gull much further to the north. I decided to drive round, but by the time I got there it had disappeared. However, a showy Dunlin gave some compensation.
At Minsmere, breeding Barnacle Goose and Black-headed Gull had an altercation!
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