The Gannets were still around at Bempton Cliffs (a site I first visited in 1964 - showing my age there!) so I tried for some flight shots on a couple of days:
Gannet close up
North Norfolk coast
North Norfolk provided more photo opps, as follows, but with just one (minor) rarity:
Barred Warbler at Whalsey Hills NOA
The island hide at Titchwell provided my first views of Jack Snipe on the ground. They were however pretty distant and spent 99% of their time in cover. Some patience was needed to get these photos!
Two Jack Snipes together!
Titchwell also produced some other images:
Little Egret in the late afternoon sun
A field with a hedge allowed me to get reasonably close to a feeding flock of Pink footed Geese one evening, using the car as a hide:
The little harbour at Brancaster Staithe was again quite good for waders on a rising tide, despite all the disturbance:
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