Autumn and the winter approach have proved very busy with little time for birding and even less for adding to the blog. But one of the last days of the year saw me looking for Twite at Thornham Harbour, a bird I hadn't seen all year and one that I knew the Tims would like to see during their week in Norfolk.
Snipe flew up from the meadow having been flushed by a Marsh Harrier. only 12 of them here.
Bar-tailed Godwits and Curlews were on the creek edges.
Hen Harrier, a female Hen Harrier, at least five Marsh Harriers and a Sparrohawk. Last bird of the day was a Barn Owl - but perhaps most stunning was the moon, well half of it at least.