Well I finally arrived, the journey having taken 3 3/4 hours - it normally takes 1 1/4 hours!! I was soooo glad to get out of the car and the glass of wine presented to me as I walked in the door was more than welcome :D
Norfolk generally was very very quiet in terms of birds. Titchwell was extremely quiet but that could be due, in part, to the building of the new sea defence wall.
We saw more flutters and dragons than birds but nonetheless the sky was blue, the sun was shining gloriously, the air was fresh - it was a stunning day!
From Titchwell we went to Hunstanton as I'd been promised Fulmars - and Fulmars we saw. I didn't manage any pictures (that would stand up to blogging) but it was wonderful to see them soaring up above the cliff top and, from further along, flying up onto the ledges. Londg tailed Tits entertain deep within the bushes, but the one I managed to get a picture of - turned its back on me!
From Hunstanton to Briarfields at Titchwell for lunch - poached Trout and vegetables for me, Scampi and chips for Pete - a really good meal and definitely upto Briarfield's normal standard.
From there to Sculthorpe Moor Reserve. Again it was very quiet in terms of birds but flutters and dragons were about.
A great day; thanks Pete