An evening jaunt out onto the marshes between Earsham and Bungay for the calling Corncrake. Despite not seeing the bird (along with everyone else!) it was great to hear it calling in my home county, a sound that would have once been regular in our countryside. The consensus seems to be that if you've heard it you can tick it so onto my Norfolk list it goes!
The map below shows where the bird is compared to where RBA are reporting it to be. Very important as their arrow is in Suffolk!
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