Cantley Marshes, Norfolk, 23 March 2012
With the unseasonally warm spring weather continuing and a free morning it was off to Station Road, Cantley to try to get some snaps of the group of 4 Glossy Ibis which have been in residence there for about 10 days. And very much at home they looked feeding and preening in the sun, it could almost have been the Med! Although not mega close I did manage some shots. Along the ditch behind me was a Cetti's Warbler, a few lingering Wigeon were on the marsh as well as 2 Chinese Water Deer out in the open. Chiffchaffs are now widespread after my 1st record of the year at Pulham Market on 16th.