Upon arrival at the arch on the esplanade the 2nd year male King Eider was on show on the sea in good light. Although a little distant for photography it was very nice indeed through the scope. I was very pleased to see this one as I've never seen many and this was only my 2nd in Norfolk.
Having scored so quickly and easily we were then a bit stumped as to what to do next so un the end opted for a re-visit to the presumed Stejneger's Stonechat at Salthouse. This time it showed a little closer than before allowing some slightly better photos.
Then, after a coffee and some book perusal in the Cley visitor centre it was back to Sheringham where we located a single Purple Sandpiper, 31 Turnstones and a fly-over flock of 72 Pink-footed Geese near the Funky Mackerel cafe before a Sparrowhawk flashed past the Tesco carapark in town.
Yearlist = 243
presumed Stejneger's Stonechat