Went up to norfolk today... i have to admit not the best day birding ive ever had (Got the sparrow the weekend before). Managed to get the tundra bean geese at welney on the way up (but we dipped the great white and the crane). We also got the great grey shrike at roydon common. We went over to terrington marshes for the richard's pipit but found nother better than a hybrid pink foot x ross's/snow goose. Does anyone know how you can tell weather something has crossed with a snow goose or a ross's goose?? After that we didnt have alot of time left so we decided titchwell should produce something... i was wrong! The water level was very high with the best birds being a flock of 10 spottedshanks. Hopefully next weekend will be better as we might attempt to go for the pacific diver in wales!!!