There hasn't been much activity from me recently, or much motivation in what is rapidly becoming an even worse autumn migration than last year.
We did spend a night at Weybread in our motorhome (mainly because we didn't dare go much further during this ridiculous fuel shortage) - both Trifid Bur Marigold and Nodding Bur Marigold were growing side by side and I also found my own Water Figwort. A local walk around the Pulhams also revealed some local Sharp-leaved Fluellen which was also pleasing.
Last night (4 October), I spent a pleasant couple of hours at Dickleburgh Moor were the 1yr male Stonechat was still present and a very welcome local tick. 2 Ruff, 2 Green Sandpipers, 11 Snipe, c6 Meadow Pipits, Common Buzzard and 6 Egyptian Geese plus a Stoat were the other noteworthy sightings.
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