I managed a short visit to Titchwell today – possibly the last time I’ll get there this year. It was mild and dry but fairly windy.
There were plenty of Brent geese around and some lovely views of pintail.
I also saw a good number of waders including redshank, curlew, sanderling, black-tailed godwit, oystercatcher, dunlin and grey plover.
On the sea there were a handful of common scoter and 14 red-breasted mergansers, a bird I have definitely seen more of this year than in any previous year.
No new species for December 23rd:
TOTALS TO DATE:
Birds = 231
Moths = 259
Wildflowers = 291