Wednesday April 3
Mid afternoon, after coffee morning, we drove via Neatishead to Barton Broad boardwalk, hoping for a Chiffchaff at least. We usually get our early ones here.
Blue skies again, a pleasure to be out - well it was whilst in the shelter of the flooded forest. When we reached the end platform, the easterly was blowing straight in, directly from a glacier I reckon. A single adult Little Gull flew around on the far side where the Tufted ducks, two Pochard and four GC Grebes were sheltering in against the reeds. We didn't stay long.
Pam was busy photographing a very tame Robin, will try and include a shot later. A Cetti's Warbler called as we were nearing the car park. Another year bird. I don't feel like singing in these temps either.