Category Archives: Norfolk

And more birds in Norfolk

Off to Morston today for a boat trip round Blakeney harbour to look for seals. Two items of good news to report: I wasn’t sick and there were indeed seals. There was a little group of grey seals on the … Continue reading

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More birds in Norfolk

The whale on Hunstanton beach is beginning to decay. Scientists have taken his lower jaw and samples from his body. His grey intestines now lie 100 yards or so from the rest of his corpse, and he has been turned … Continue reading

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Birds in Norfolk

Birds I have seen today and hope that I will recognise again: GOLDENEYE. Male and female look very different from each other, but both have large heads for their small bodies and short bills. Females have dark brown heads. I … Continue reading

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Whale on Hunstanton beach

It’s a shame that the first whale I see is a dead one, but I doubt that I will manage to see a live one. He was washed up at the end of last week with an injured tail. Despite efforts … Continue reading

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