Sunday, 7 September 2014

Blakeney Freshmarsh - Red-backed Shrike

Target bird number one, successfully found today was Red-backed Shrike (263) and the Blakeney freshmarsh juvenile seemed to be the best bet? There was no-one there on arrival but it didn't take long to find it from the sea wall, sadly into the light!






There seemed little point in pursuing images here, so I crossed over to the far side of the pool. It came closer....



And closer still!


Not a lot of variety possible, just slightly different angles as it surveyed the scene for another bee or hawker to catch?


Can't seem to pick a favourite!





I would have carried on but there was some pressing news - a reported Western Bonelli's Warbler just down the road at Kelling.....

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