With totally clear skies and a big moon (and with the dip monkey) it was no wonder that the Rufous-tailed robin had departed.
We worked the surrounding hedges of Warham Greens and find several Brambling, Sisken and plenty of thrushes moving as well as a single Tree Pipit, Little and Barn Owl and Peregrine and Marsh Harrier over the saltings.
Onto Stiffkey Fen where a distant Bluethroat was seen in company of several Stonechat and a vocal Yellow-browed warbler along the footpath and two Curlew Sandpiper on the flood, a female Merlin getting harassed by local corvids.
A Raddes Warbler in the hand at weybourne showed well !! all thanks too monkeys rally driving.