N & E Norfolk for Butterflies
Sun 29 July 2018 – CANCELLED
The extreme weather has made the prospects less good and this event will be rescheduled next year.
Both Holt CP and Warham are hot spots for butterflies – Silver Washed Fritillaries (see photo), Painted Lady, Chalk Hill Blue etc.
Latest Trip Report
This would be the first WBC trip of the year, and we picked a great day to do it. Although the Beast from the East was just around the corner, bringing Siberian winter to the east coast, Sunday 18th February was looking good. Steve Howell and myself had shown a degree...read more
Swifts are in big trouble. The UK population is falling uncomfortably rapidly; but we can help. Waveney Bird Club is active in encouraging awareness of these marvellous birds and have planned two Spring/Summer projects in which you can participate. – Read more!
What’s been seen?
Waders at Carlton Marshes included an adult Curlew Sandpiper, a Golden Plover, a Dunlin and a (Common) Redshank, 22 July, five Ruff and a Green Sandpiper, 23 July, 14 Snipe, 25 July and a Spotted Redshank, a Greenshank, a Little Ringed Plover and ten Black-tailed...