Trip reference number: 22287
Trip Operator: Wildlife Worldwide
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Norfolk in Late Winter goes in search of many of the county’s iconic birds, both along the glorious coast and in the wild, beautiful Brecks.
At evening raptor roosts we look for hen and marsh harriers, barn owl, short-eared owl, merlin and peregrine, while along the coast we watch flocks of geese, ducks and waders, and may find scarce divers and grebes offshore. In the forests and grasslands of the Brecks we look for hawfinch, lesser spotted woodpecker, firecrest, crossbill and displaying goshawk. In farmland there are hares, grey partridges, stock doves, yellowhammers and perhaps corn buntings.
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