Reportedly present this morning for its third day - surprising number of people in area for the male Desert Wheatear at Titchwell. Maybe they had a tip-off
Is there definitely 'no access', or is it for a select few only? Either way, surely there is chance the bird could move out of this private garden at some point.
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Is it kosher? Anyone know anyone who's seen it/photographs?
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The Eyebrowed Thrush is another fraudulent record apparently so no need to get excited......
..If it was Gen would of made a more interesting day in N N norfolk
yesterday,than the disapppearing/reappearing Desert Wheatear scenario
Regards Mr Martin smyth
Descriptive sarcasm, thats me
You mean someone may have been lying
works ok for me - have to wait a little for it to load - anyone checked exif data etc?