Yesterday I saw 75 species of birds at an RSPB nature reserve.
But the species which will stick in my mind for longer were the harbour porpoises, adder and weasel.
Q Where was I?
A Yes, well done Doug, Bob, Stella and I guess Filbert! I’ve never seen harbour porpoise there before and there were at least three of them. The adder was by the wall of ‘The Sluice’ and was the first I have seen for years. A bittern stood on a post in the reedbed and two spotted redshank looked gorgeous. Hobbies were catching dragonflies (I guess) and a nightingale was singing. The weasel escorted me off the reserve on the road towards Westleton.