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Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Lowestoft Blues

As anybody will tell you, birding Lowestoft can be very hard work with often little reward.
Local patchwork can be very rewarding especially when you turn up top notch rarities on red letter days like Red- eyed Vireo and Collared Pratincole or even semi rarities like Pallas' Warbers, Yellow browed Warbler or Red- breasted Flycatcher or even notable migrants like Ring Ouzel & Black Redstart; sadly these days are all too rare.
Unfortunately, days like today are a very common occurence.
Today or rather this morning was one of those days when "nowt was about" on the rather desolate windswept North Denes, Netposts and Oval area. 
A singing Meadow Pipit by the netposts and Pied Wagtail were the only birds seen, a very paltry return.

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