I spent a lovely weekend with my parents in Snettisham on the North West coast of Norfolk, in what is starting to become a nice tradition and a nice break from the humdrum of everyday life.
Once again, we were blessed with dry weather. Not particularly warm, but none of us really do the wet stuff, so it was smiles all round.
The birds never fail to show up in Norfolk (unless its a Stone Curlew, but that's for another day). Three more lifers for me this time, in the form of Whimbrel, Little Stint and Pectoral Sandpiper. Always great to see new birds and tick a few off.
Here are some shots from our visit to Titchwell. (There will be plenty more for me to post in the coming days)
Black-tailed Godwit, which seemed to be everywhere I looked.