Norfolk in June

I was mistaken when I thought June would be balmy in Norfolk.  I soon lost my shorts in favour of something warmer and, yesterday, donned my body warmer, coat and fleecy hat.  An easterly wind blowing off the North Sea was bitter at times, despite some sunshine.  And, whether it…

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Plenty of harriers

We’ve been on a working holiday to the Charante Maritime in France and managed to squeeze in a couple of trips down to the wetlands on the D18 near St Jean D’Angle.  There are loads of raptors down there, including kestrels, buzzards and marsh harriers, and smaller birds such as…

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2 Days in Florida

We had a couple of days in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, this month and found the Arthur R Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge on the internet.  An Avis hire car and 40 miles or so later, we arrived at the visitor centre.  The reserve is part of the northern Everglades close…

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