Santon Downham, 9 April 2017

Despite not venturing out until after lunch we had a fairly productive walk around Santon Downham this afternoon. The temperatures of up to 24 degrees were very unseasonal and with them came hordes of people so we headed to some quieter parts.
There was no Lesser Spotted Woodpecker action but a fly-over Goshawk there was excellent as were 2 Hawfinches a little further on. There were several singing Siskins, a single Nuthatch and Willow Warbler.

Back near the bridge a singing Firecrest gave some superb views and then along the river between there and St Helen's Well were 2 Bramblings hanging on from the winter in riverside sallows. 

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