|7 Curlew sandpipers|
Dad, Rob and I headed to Norfolk for the Greenish and Western Bonelli’s warbler that have taken up residence at Warren wood in Cromer, we headed up at to Cromer, at 4:30 Saturday morning and arrived just after 8 o’clock, and there was no sign of the birds why we were there or any birders to ask, so we decided to head to Cley next to sea for some Curlew sandpipers and a Red necked phalarope that had turned up the day before.
|Red necked phalarope|
|Red backed shrike|
We then headed back for the Greenish and Western Bonelli’s warbler, after phoning RBA for directions to the place because we went to the wrong place twice, but when we found the proper sight we met 2 guys that said '' that it has been over here about 10 minutes ago'' so we followed them, and after waiting no less then 5 minutes we had the Western Bonelli’s warbler in our view for no longer than 2 minutes but it was still good views, we then headed round to were the Greenish warbler get's seen from, we heard it call from a distance and then singing right in front of us but there was still no sign, about 30 minutes later Dad had 2 brief views of the bird but Me and Rob didn't see it, Me and Rob headed back to the car quickly and then when we got back the greenish warbler was showing so we instantly ran to were its being seen from and i instantly got on the bird and saw the Supercilium for only a few seconds, and then after that all you could see was it flicking about in the tree tops, about 20 minutes after that i had in my view for alot longer and could see the wing bar and the silvery grey colouring, so after we all saw the greenish warbler we headed home.