The Suffolk Coastline

Flamin' June didn't really live up to its epithet on a grey day.  It was Kat's birthday so we headed over to Suffolk for a long walk.  The route took us through Dunwich Heath, down towards Sizewall, and back through Minsmere, ending with Fish 'n' Chips in Southwold.

The Iberian Chiffchaff sang but did not show along the Eastbridge road.  Dunwich held Dartford Warbler that are always relatively easy to see.

Minsmere was a throng of life with Gulls and Terns dominating the scrapes.  A good number of Kittiwake had settled on the scrape.  A 1st summer Little Gull flew by and a prolonged view of a Bittern flying low across the reserve was a real bonus.


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