Cley, Norfolk, February

A few photos from a recent trip to Cley marshes on the Norfolk coast on a (very) windy day. So windy that we couldn’t even spend long in the hides as opening the hatches creating a wind tunnel.

We did also see – as well as the usual waders – a couple of stonechat but I couldn’t get a photo, a marsh harrier scaring off the ducks and geese, and possibly a water pipit. I did get some photos of the latter but they were too blurry to tell for sure.

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A family of avocets
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A coot in the reeds
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A couple of shovelers
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Think this was a redshank (left) and a plover (right) but couldn’t get close enough
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Redshank
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A LOT of brent geese
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Pebble beach & sea
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Gorse
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