Mundesley and Waxham, 12 December 2021

On an exceptionally mild Sunday we headed over to the coast as Belinda wanted to see the recent big cliff fall at Mundesley. When we got to the spot north of the village it became very apparant that it had nearly taken a house with it when it went!

After a long walk to Trimmingham and back we opted to finish the day at Waxham. A quick look by the coast road by French's Farm revealed no Great Grey Shrike but 17 Bewick's Swans and 2 Whooper Swans were by the road near Ingham. A walk along the sea wall south of Waxham to see the Grey Seals as the sun set was really rather splendid and had the added attraction of a Purple Sandpiper on the beach near groyne 20. A single Fieldfare was in the hedge on the walk down.

                                                                                                                 Purple Sandpiper (phone shot!)

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